Georgia Employer Says It with Signs

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Looman did receive some unexpected attention not long after he put up his signs and Facebook photos. He said someone, and he thinks he knows who it was, reported him to the FBI as a threat to national security. He said the accusation filtered its way through the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and finally the Secret Service. Agents interviewed him.
“The Secret Service left here, they were in a good mood and laughing,” Looman said. “I got the feeling they thought it was kind of ridiculous, and a waste of their time.”  Full Story   ~LTG

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Dave
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Now y’all know why I love living in Georgia. 🙂
-Dave

DCG
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How is he stirring up debate? Anyone that can’t see that Skippy’s policies are killing our economy needs to go back and study econ 101. Kudos to this guy!

tina
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Right On! this guy’s got it goin on! He is nobody’s dummy!:)

Anonymous
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Speaking the truth.

Annie
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Annie

He’s a great American !!!

igor
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igor

eat a peach…. investigated by the secret service sounds like we are moving awfully close to a police state. whats next a toltarian dictatorship already we have a news media that doesn’t seem to know whats going on in front of their noses. and in the absence of any news hey lets make up a story and repeat it over and over until it is thought to be true… no bad news about obama and his ineptness just keep reporting that it is not his fault it is not his fault first couple of years blame bush now blame the… Read more »

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newt

Hope you moron birthers are prepped to defend yourself on a lawsuit from a ga citizen on your infringement on my rights to vote for the candidate of my choice. I’ll look to your PAC for paying damages.

DCG
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How exactly is your comment related to the post?
You can vote for whomever you choose…once that candidate has been proven to be legally qualified to appear on the ballot. Yeah, I know that process might confuse to you. Watch the court case in Georgia this week and learn!