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August 21, 2013

Sound Off published Aug. 21

Tonawanda News — I have to make a comment about the person who commented about the dog poop at Niawanda Park. Unfortunately dogs aren’t allowed to be in the park. It’s goose poop.

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I’ve been reading about the sinkholes in Florida. This is horrible. I believe I never saw anything about this in the news until Barack Obama was elected president. Is Barack Obama trying to take Florida off the map? Is Barack Obama trying to destroy Florida?

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The White House is tacking more money onto your cell phone bills to pay for high speed Internet in the schools. That’s your president for you and that’s how Hillary is going to be when she gets elected.

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I’ve just seen three people texting and driving within five minutes on Niagara Street in the City of Tonawanda. Too bad the police station is right here but they can never catch anybody.

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Why is the news always telling us about Iran and their nuclear program and they’re going to make a nuclear weapon. I’m pretty sure Russia or Pakistan would sell them one for the right amount of money. Russia doesn’t have too much money and they’re an arms dealer like the United States. I’m sure they would sell them one. Think about it.

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I want to thank Barack for driving my doctor out of the health care industry with his Health Care Destruction Act. Hundreds of thousands of doctors are getting out of the practice because they can’t keep up with the paperwork. I hope when my cancer returns Roswell Park is still standing on its own two feet. Thanks, Obama.

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