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July 17, 2013

Sound Off published July 17


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From Obama on down to the town mayors. When are we ever going to get rid of the political mafia in this country? It’s ridiculous. You hear on the news on how they make these laws and they vote on it because they’re making money from it, and we’re the taxpayers paying for it. When are we going to get rid of the political mafia in this country? I know it’s been going on for hundreds of years but we have got to get it changed.


The Zimmerman case just proves that you can get away with murder in this country if that guy was acquitted. 


In response to the gentleman about the UFO last week, yes, I saw it, but in my opinion it was shaped like a Labbat’s bottle. Ha ha ha. 


I’m calling to thank a gentleman at Dockside who saved my life by performing the Heimlich on me as I was choking on a small piece of potato. I can’t thank him enough and he did a wonderful job.

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