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Mail Call - Jan. 29

January 28, 2013

“They’re having a retreat down in Williamsburg, Va., the Republicans are, and one of the speeches this weekend is ‘How to talk to minorities and women.’ Are you kidding me? They don’t know how to talk to American people? They want to figure out how to talk to you so they can trick you into voting for them, and then do nothing for you. I mean, Democrats aren’t the best, but at least they actually show ... and we do know how to talk to women and minorities. We don’t need a special meeting to learn how to. Talk about being distant.”
— Hagerstown

“My father was in Patton’s Third Army in the Second World War. When they first went into Germany, the first building they came across was a huge warehouse with all the civilian guns that belonged to the German people, that were confiscated by the Nazi government. They had national registration and the Nazis knew where to go, that would disarm the people. And national registration, this is just what President Obama and this government wants, so they can confiscate everybody’s gun, easy.”
— Hagerstown

“This is to our illustrious delegation in Annapolis. When are you going to wake up and do something worthwhile in the legislature? We are not getting our fair share of the money. Now it’s a septic system, now it’s a school board, it’s all the other things. We need jobs and something to do in the area. Forget the stadium and everything else, get us jobs and give us financial relief to us property tax owners.”
— Leitersburg

“I have a warning for all you Herald-Mail readers. If you have a message on your answering machine stating that they’re a debt collector, and you give you a number and they say they need information, call them, but don’t give them any information. I called the one on a Saturday, and they said ‘Congratulations, you’ve just won a cruise for two people.’ Then I called them on Monday and talked to a live person, and they asked me, ‘What’s your phone number?’ I gave them my phone number, and then they said, ‘What’s your name?’ I said ‘You should know my name, you called me.’ I said, ‘If you call me again, I’m going to get in touch with our state’s attorney general.’”
— Williamsport

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