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March 26, 2013

Sound Off published March 26


Tonawanda News — •••

Here we go, a report trying to blame Bush for the wars and not paying the unpaid debt of the wars. It was Clinton that started the war in the first place. I know 85 percent believe it was Bush’s fault, but Clinton started the war. I never see that in the paper do I? Why don’t you put it in, because you’re Democrats?


I see the Sabres lost again. Third game in a row they lost. I don’t think the problem is with the coaches. I don’t know why they got rid of Lindy, he was a darn good coach and they ought to bring him back. I think what the problem is is with the owner. I think we need a new owner for the Buffalo Sabres.


They were talking about how powerful Egypt is. It’s the central population of the African nations. They created, I believe they created the Bible. The Hebrews did not create the Bible. The Bible is real, it’s a true book, but I think the Egyptians created it.

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