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September 10, 2013

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Anonymous

There is a possibility that Charlotte, North Carolina has robotic drones flying over the city at night. If this is true the city is crazy. There is nothing to see. Everybody is leaving that has a brain in their head.

Robert

Kay Hagan has got to go. She voted for the Affordable Care Act without reading it! It punishes low income and minorities by turning loose thousands upon thousands of IRS agents - she has sic the dogs on North Carolina citizens without a second thought. Also, she has exempted herself from the Law of the Land - put herself above the law and put down all North Carolina citizens who must pay up or be fined by the IRS. She has killed thousands of jobs for folks in North Carolina by her vote against Jobs, Jobs, Jobs in which employers can only employ part-time workers, not full-time workers if they want to stay in business. Poor folk do not hire, only those who start/have a business hire people. We must vote this woman out - she does not represent anyone but herself!!! She gets a nice fat pay check, what do you get other than the bill to pay her and her cronies in the Democrat Party. She and her Party have shut down the US Government and refused to do right or what is fair by doing away with the exemption she gave herself and complying with the law she forced upon all North Carolina.

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