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SpeakOut 1/18

Friday, January 18, 2008

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I would like to speak out about Hillary Clinton. I think she is the most rude person I have ever seen. I've seen her sit up there on the row behind President Bush and shake her head and make faces while he is making speeches. She has no courtesy about her. She just thinks she's it. She goes over to those foreign countries and gets ideas. I've seen her in the shops over there when he was president. Every time he was over there she was out shopping. She thinks she's it. I don't. I don't want a man or woman president that acts like she does. On top of that, it's not a health plan that she's trying to push. It's really not just for our country. She's already messed it up going over there and getting ideas. I just hope she doesn't get into office.

I was just reading in SpeakOut that Mike Marshall made notice of the litter that is getting out of control in Sikeston. I want to commend him on that. I hope that the rest of the citizens of Sikeston will help to get the problem resolved. I'd also like to suggest that Mike Marshall put in a motion to put up signs, just like any other ordinance sign and speed limit sign. That there is a fine for it and if you're caught you will be fined. That would enforce the law in Sikeston. I noticed in our neighborhood that litter is bad. It's always worse in the winter time. People just don't care. If we all step forward we can make a difference and make our community look better again. Mike Marshall, you are commended on speaking out on this and trying to put a stop to it.

I would like to speak out about this college student being so energized over OBama. I would like to see how energized they are going to act and be when he brings these foreigners over here and puts them in their college. They'll have no more college life. I'd just like to see all of this when it takes place. And brother, it will.

I'd like to speak out about the Mississippi County Sheriff's Department, what a fine job they are doing. I was over in Charleston visiting and noticed there was an object laying in downtown Charleston. Several city police officers drove around the object and kept on going. But anyway, the Mississippi County deputy came by and actually stopped and moved the item out of the road. Apparently the county is trying to clean the city up. I thought the public would like to know.