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I switched over to MSNBC a little bit this evening and I [saw] that Mr. Sharpton. All that puffed up arrogance is almost gone. He was kindly cowed down today and he looked awful desperate being how Obama got slapped [Wednesday] night by Romney.
Obama the great orator. We give him a teleprompter and he'll sure tell you something. Last night with no teleprompter he had to do it on his own. Whew, I almost felt sorry for him. He looked like a cross between Alfred E. Newman and Daffy Duck.
I wasted my time reading 28 comments in Thursday's Readers' Voice. Not one hint of honesty or integrity to the readers was involved. What kind of newspaper are you? Ignorant propagandist is right on.
Willard Mitt Romney will be the next president of the United States of America, or else.
After listening to the Oct. 4 West Virginia Public Radio broadcast of the Manchin, Raese, Baber debate, I can understand why Mr. Raese wants another debate without Mr. Baber. Mr. Baber is clearly the candidate who represents West Virginia.
I sure don't like Channel 8's news studio look. It looks like you're looking at someone under blue water.
I'm a longtime reader of The Charleston Gazette. Over the past months, I've read the extraordinary reporting of Amy Julia Harris, but I understand that she accepted a position in California. I consider her one of the better reporters in the state. Due to her reporting, the people interested in education in West Virginia will long be thankful.
Marshall's coming along just fine under Holliday's tutelage. Purdue was favored by 17 and they only won by 10, and Marshall came back on them, but Marshall's doing just fine. That was a stupid thing to say about Holliday being worried about his job. I think he can stay there as long as he wants to.
Uh oh. Somebody forgot to tell Mr. Brilliance, $20 million Coach Holgorsen, that you've got to play defense too.