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Speakout 5/29

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

This is Sunday's paper. Michael Jensen has an editorial in here about the flood of immigrants. He says in here that he wishes for us to complain about it. I would like to know who do I write, who do I call or who do I email?

You can write to the following and voice your concerns:?Sen. Christopher Bond, Federal Building, Room 140, 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, Mo., 63701 (www.bond.senate.gov.); Sen. Claire McCaskill, U.S. Senate, SH825A, Washington, D.C., 20510 (mccaskilltransition@mccaskill.senate.gov); Rep. Jo Ann Emerson, Federal Building, Room 246, 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, Mo., 63701 (www.house.gov/emerson.).

I sure wish the city of Morley would have burning ordinances. Someone is always burning something. The smoke is so thick that you can't even go up or down a street. Either burning leaves, burning limbs or burning wood. We would like to know why they don't have ordinances. Why can't these people take it out in the country and burn it out there instead of burning it here in town?

I'm reading about the gas deductions and greedy Republicans in Monday's paper. I think this Democrat that called this in needs to know that Pelosi and all her Democratic comrades campaigned that Bush was a oil man and that's why prices were so high and if they got in they were all going to see that the prices were lower. Before the Democratic controlled Congress took place in January, I was paying a dollar to a dollar fifty less a gallon. I think we have narrowed down who the greedy ones are. It ain't Bush and the Republicans, 'cause gas was a lot cheaper before that witch Pelosi got in there.

Has anyone out there ordered that jitterbug cell phone off of TV? If you have, please call me at 471-4323. I'm have a seeing problem and I need a bigger cell phone. I wonder if anybody out there has checked into that or ordered one of those