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What does it mean to sound off?

Herman Cain sounds off on race, a debate win, and the need to simplify government

To sound off is to express an opinion with passion and force.
Sometimes used pejoratively but can also be seen as an antidote to over anodyne and insincere statements  from public figures.

Read more at the Washington Examiner

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