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“We’re still waiting for President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney to come and campaign in here Missouri. We are very special, important people here.”

“Vote no on Proposition B. I think it’s an unfair tax. I’m all for education, but I pay school taxes on my property tax every year. So I don’t think it should be funded on the backs of smokers.”

“Has anybody noticed that the (Missouri Family Network) is not supporting Proposition B and if you know who is behind it saying vote ‘no,’ it’s the oil companies and convenience stores? And also, that flyer that is supposed to be nonpartisan ... it is promoting Republicans, including Akin. Isn’t that odd?”

“Obama’s health care reforms came from Romney. Obama got Romney’s expert to draft Obamacare. Romney’s biggest achievement as governor is the same health-care plan that is Obamacare. Now Romney wants to get rid of his own near-universal health care plan. ... That’s the biggest flip-flop by Romney. ... How can we trust Romney, the big flip-flopper?”

“I served my country in combat with the 24th Infantry Division in Korea in 1951. I am so thankful I did not have Obama as my commander-in-chief.”

“It’s estimated that 4,000 to 6,000 more people in Pettis and Benton counties will have health care coverage unless Romney is elected and repeals Obamacare. Please, don’t vote to take our health-care coverage away.

“A news flash for Barack Obama: When things get up close and personal, the Army still uses bayonets and combat knives.”

“I’d bet 90 percent of Pettis County Republicans are broke, they are living hand-to-mouth, they are just Average Joes. Now why they would want to vote for Romney beats the heck out of me. He has already proven that he doesn’t like anybody unless they have a lot of money.”

“Benghazi will be an eye-opener for the U.S. military, even that 30 percent who support Obama. The military will be left to die for political reasons with the Obama administration.”

“I believe that the Sedalia school system needs to have a cooking class for children starting at age 10, since there are children who do not eat on weekends. The ingredients should be simple and in the household.”

“If you’re invited to a potluck and you don’t know how to cook, the least you can do is bring a loaf of bread. It’s terrible to go empty-handed and you should be embarrassed.”

“I sure miss my old friend, the Sedalia Public Library.”

“I was not impressed with the person or persons who put propaganda, filth and lies on my windshield last Sunday while I was worshipping the Lord. If they were so religious, why were they in not church instead of trashing our parking lot?”

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