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March 13, 2012


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It’s sad how ignorant the American people can be. The repubs destroyed the economy and were voted out of office; The repub agenda screwed things up so bad that the economy couldn’t be fixed in two years, so the repubs ran on the promise that they would fix it. Then they came in and did the same thing they did to ruin the economy in the first place. Now the country is recovering, led by the states that elected Democrats to their legislatures, and invested in the country and didn’t try to fix the unemployment problem with wholesale layoffs like they did here in NC. Since taking control of the state legislature the repugs have driven North Carolina down to being the seventh worse run state in the country, If they win in Nov., They can drive us down to being the #1 worst run state in the country, then we all lose.

Pam Williamson

Blows my mind. North Carolinians hate the Republican legislature but want to give the GOP the governorship to boot. Maybe some voters will wake up when they see a quarter of a million trees cut down along the state's highways this summer.

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