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Stopping to Help an Angel

Christine241 Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 3:06 PM
This is the best thing I have read in days, Shawn, I am typing with wet eyes as you changed that tire with same. I too hope their lives have gone well. The vietnam vet daddy with the non working arm and the missing mother. Thank goodness you stopped; the Lord must have finally got someone passing to 'stop' when he asked them too. I feel better about our current situation now. We will get rid of Obama. We will wash his poison from our souls. We will go on.
SpaceVegetable Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 6:07 PM
Warms my heart to know there are still good and kind people here in America. Listening to the Democrats, you would think that anyone who has ever made a dollar above the poverty level that defines getting government largesse versus paying for it is an evil, greedy, no-account person who hates everyone else. I've never been more disgusted by a political party in my life as I've seen the Democrats insult and demonize hard-working Americans and business owners whose only crime is to have taken advantage of the opportunities we all are given and made some progress toward achieving their American Dream.

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