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The Vent: Sept. 28

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Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012 8:03 am

“Maybe I’m cold or mean but I totally understand and even sympathize with the cat killing suspect. Even though I own no animals, I spend valuable time each week cleaning dog poop from my front yard, cat poop from my back yard, paw prints off my cars, and God forbid, I leave my car window down enough for a cat to get in. I’m ready to get a trap of my own.”

“What ever happened to the Democratic Party? How did the anti-American gangsters take charge? The Democratic Party used to believe in all things good for the country.”

“Recently, President Obama being interviewed by a major media reporter was posed the following question: ‘After four years, how would you grade yourself as president?’ The president responded, ‘Incomplete.’ As a teacher, when grading a student on an ‘incomplete,’ the grade I use is ‘failure.’ I admire our president for being truthful in the interview and am confident many Americans agree with his personal assessment of his tenure in office.”

“I am a veteran, and I am going to buy an American car, the most American-made car in America: A Toyota Camry. Seventy-five percent made in America, more than any other car in America, including Ford, Chevy and GM. Chevy did not make the top five!”

“When gas prices were going up the GOP blamed the president. Now that gas is going down, where is the criticism? Such hypocrisy!”

“So Mr. Romney claims he has a jobs plan for America but we’ll have to elect him to find out what it is. If you’re curious you are welcome to visit the website, “Greetings from Bainport, Illinois,” where some 170 employees of a profitable Bain-controlled company in Freeport, Ill. are about to lose their jobs — just as soon as they finish training their Chinese replacements! This is happening right now.”

“The 1-cent sales tax that Prop. 204 is trying to make permanent was supposed to be temporary. Let’s keep it that way ... ”

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