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Mississippi loves GOP

http://www.wlox.com/story/16059747/long-beach-takes-a-stand-on-state-employee-retirement-system?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter Please. Please read the link before reading my post. Last Tuesday we voted in Mississippi to elect actual in name and action members of the GOP to control the state. In the past we elected DINOs (Dem in name only). Why do we, financially disadvantage people, vote GOP? Are we too poor to dare ask for more than $7.45/hr? Are we poor to dare say what another mouth to feed means for our household. Are we too poor to have the ear of God? Are we too poor to afford food at the supermarket which necessitate the stockpiling of guns to feed our families? Why are we voting GOP in Mississippi? I am not against GOP just what these members of the GOP plan for our state. Say a little prayer.

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  1. I'll take a guess about why we vote GOP... Stockholm Syndrome?

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