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September 8 - "How many shootings ... at a bar ... does it take ... before they shut that ... junk d
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How many shootings ... at a bar ... does it take ... before they shut that ... junk down?

I have a message for you people who think Obama needs four more years. ... I suggest you go see the movie, '2016' ... which will show ... if you do give him four more years ... just how ... awful it will be in America. ... I don't need to say anymore.

Wow! ... I was watchin' the news ... a little while ago. ... And, there's been some fish dyin' ... at one of the beaches in ... South Carolina. ... And I was just wonderin' ... was the ... King America plant ... did they kill them fish, too? Go figure!

... The difference between a social club ... and a actual ... church that is on fire is one goes to see ... and to be seen; to be sitting next to someone that is very important. ... And the other is ... one goes to touch the one that is most important. ... And it doesn't matter who they see or doesn't see. ... We need to make sure ... that we ... stay red-hot ... and involved in a red-hot church setting.

It is a fact that oil companies do make $4.7 million in profits per hour ... as stated in business reports provided by the oil industry. ... No Kool-Aid being drunk here. If the dissenting Soundoff writer has evidence... that the oil industry's numbers are wrong, please provide it ... and your sources.

I can't believe the caller who keeps calling into Soundoff wanting God to bless this rebellious, sinful ... country that we live in. ... We've turned our back on Him ... took His Bible out of school ... took religion out of our lives. ... And you have the audacity to ask God to bless this country? ... You got it wrong. You should be asking this country to bless God.

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