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Posted: Sunday, January 27, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 10:46 am, Thu May 30, 2013.

  • “Since the county in Lauderdale is so much in a bridge-demolishing mood, they ought to demolish the old bridge across Shoal Creek.”

  • “I was calling about the flooding at McFarland. There will always be flooding there because they have to open the spillways at the dam, and that’s what floods it.”

  • “I am so supportive of the agenda that President Obama has laid out. It was overdue. It was timely, and it’s progressive. And that’s where this generation has to go, or generation to come.”

  • “I just heard a Fox newscaster on a local radio station use the term “entitlement spending” with regards to President Obama’s second inauguration and term. With inflammatory rhetoric like that, I paid into Social Security and Medicare for 45 years. You’re right, I’m entitled. It’s my money, OK?”

  • “The Democrats are baby killers — 55 million abortions?”

  • “Let me get this straight. Our government will pay to take care of and support illegals and their kids, but our kids are on their own when it comes to fighting for their safety and education?”

  • “I just want to say that my granddaughter won the Lauderdale County and Lexington High School, won the ball game for eighth-graders — both boys and girls. But, there was no mention in the paper at all about the eighth-graders. It saddens me to know that those kids played so hard and there’s no mention in the sports about the eighth-graders. It’s just the high school and pro and all that, and college. They should put those pictures of the champions in the paper.”

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