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old as dirt  
Wilson Co.  
September 9, 2011 8:09am
To humby and Rocking Chair and all of you "no govt at all" types, you are pathetic when you indict every Federal employee as a free loader. My brother in law was an FBI agent for 30+ years, and was wounded in the line of duty. Now he has a bad limp, and is living on his Federal pension, and according to you he is a lazy freeloader.

Facts Only was right. Before you trash anyone who earns a paycheck from the Federal govt, like a FEMA employee, or an FBI agent, you go do their duty for 30 days. Radar and all, weather predictions are just guess work. I nearly lost a daughter when a barely Cat I hurricane became a Cat III just thirty minutes before it made landfall. I was glad FEMA was there to help her.

So you lazy "no govt for me" guys can sit here in dry Wilson County, with little concern of a hurricane and you can make fun of FEMA or any other agency that shows up to help. But let one of our Texas wildfire threaten your home, you you will be the first to be raising the devil about where the firetrucks are! Oh by the way, those firetrucks are bought and paid for with TAX DOLLARS. No govt for me??? Then you fight your own wild fire. Good luck with the garden hose!!!
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