all right, mr. hodges, thank you. thank you and goodbye, mr. post. goodbye. boy, wading pool, mirror. me? nothing. nothing but the same old gi stall. ed, if you want any changes made, you'll have to make them yourself. uh, i'll bet mr. hodges doesn't talk to his margie that way. she makes a living for him. may i ask what do you do for me? you may. all right. what do you do for me? i talk to you. let margie top that. i raised that apple tree from a pup. oh, addison, wilbur wouldn't steal our apples. it must be the horse. the horse picked the apples off the tree, put them in a wicker basket, and carried them into the barn? like i said, wilbur post is a cotton-picking, apple-stealing architect. (knock on door) may i come in? hello, carol. please come in. we were just talking about your charming husband, what a nice fellow he is. and what a pleasant neighbor. and he steals apples. oh, roger, i can't tell you how embarrassed i am. for once, i'm going to be firm. i am not going to forgive wilbur so easily this time. buddy-boy, you may lose your wife, but you've alw
a mr. hodges wants to discuss some plans. good. the more you work, the more i eat.
hodges: good evening. there are a lot of reasons to be here but mr. brown is one of them. a big can't force him -- a big hand for him for what he has done. i am excited to be back in fairfield and winnsboro and excited to bring president bill clinton. i know when you saw him -- when you saw me come out, you were expecting him. it is my pleasure to introduce bill clinton but before i do, let me say a few words about this election. i am here because i feel so strongly about this election. i do because i have served with two democratic presidents during my local lifetime, one was a man isill introduce later who william jefferson clinton. a wonderful president, wasn't he? let me remind you that during the clinton years, what we had as a country. the lowest unemployment rate that i can remember. wage growth across every spectrum whether you are from a small town or a week city. whether you were african-american, latino, or white, whether you were older or younger. you made more money during that era, didn't you? spectacular. i also worked with president barack obama. president
[applause] mr. brown: let me tell you when you give republicans the keys to the governor's mansion and the keys to the state house and the keys to the senate -- your roads fall apart. medicaid goes -- they don't expand medicaid. it goes unfunded in south carolina. you see schools left behind in rural parts of this state. you see -- you just see folks who need voices in columbia go without them because it's not about the people. it's about the interest, the business interest, the corporate interest. and that's what we have to fight beginning this weekend by nominating hillary clinton this weekend to be the democratic nominee. [applause] mr. brown: so, folks, as a native of winnsboro, someone that's lived here my entire life, i can't be more excited to introduce governor jim hodges to y'all. veryone, give him a warm winnsboro welcome. [applause] governor hodges: good evening. i'm not tall enough for this podium here. well, thanks to boyd. there are a lot of reasons to be here, but boyd brown is one of
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