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November 6, 2012

Sound Off published Nov. 6


Tonawanda News — •••

In this country if you’re innocent until proven guilty then why are all the names of people who got arrested for DWI printed in the paper?


If you care about yourself, vote for Obama. If you care about your children, vote for Mitt Romney.


Yes, there’s been global warming for thousands of years, since the Ice Ages. What I’m concerned about is the rate of global warming.


Has anybody noticed what the shrewd oil companies did? They raised the prices 50 cents and now they’re saying, “oh, we’re lowering the prices.” They’re not lowering it, they’re just putting it back where it was.


This is to all the people who claimed there was going to be all these accidents with people being killed on Erie Avenue and the boulevard once Walmart moved in. Everyone is fine. There’s not backed up traffic, nobody got hurt.


The democrats and liberals will be blaming former President Bush for all of their failures for the next twenty years. It’s all they got.

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