Channel 8's new studio, I think, is awful.
If I were running a hotel I would not jack up the prices because it's a weekend or there is a football game that not all my guests would be attending. I'll bet you if the word got out that I was doing things that way I'd get all the business and be full up first.
Mayor Jones, please do not let your committee bother the Boulevard. The Boulevard is perfect and you can't improve on perfection. It's beautiful now, it looks great. Just leave it alone. OK?
The so-called newsmen, or rather talk-show hosts at the end of the presidential debates: I hope they don't spend an hour and a half telling me what was said because I speak English very well.
Get tough on China? Kind of hard to tell the country holding the mortgage on us what to do. Most who hold mortgages demand you pay them down -- instead they keep increasing ours because they know we have no self-control. Anybody want to guess how long before that arrangement comes to an end?
No great country has long endured on this earth when it chose to follow the economic and spiritual path we are currently on. We will not be the exception.
Romney stands with the millionaires. He stands with the billionaires. He's not there for people who are out of work because he has made his millions by laying people off for personal profit. How can West Virginians reward that type of man with our votes?
The road crew did a nice job in paving the worst parts of Sam's Fork Road in Putnam County, which was much appreciated, but they left potholes in the sections in between. It has been several weeks and evidently they are not coming back to finish the job.
Everyone should consider that if Mitt Romney is elected, he would spend the next four years appeasing the tea party in order to get their support for his re-election in 2016. Obama may not be perfect, but he is surely better than the tea party extremists.
A more fitting campaign song for Mitt would be, "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap," by AC/DC.
Republican: A person who wants to cut benefits to the elderly, destitute and infirm, and cut taxes for the rich in order to save money.
Now that President Obama's re-election is certain, we need to recognize and look for the five stages of grief in our Republican friends: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. They will need our help and guidance for the next four years.
Election time. Same old tired candidates, [and] nobody to vote for. We need some new blood!
Anyone who believes the U.S. is moving forward must be on a heavy dose of stupid pills.
Democrats get out and vote this election and take our state back. We've been hearing too many lies about Obama being against West Virginia. And it is the big coal companies trying to take over. They're sure not helping the workingman.