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Something needs to be done about the schools that our band members have to show up at 6:30 a.m. to go to the Walnut Festival and they don't get home until 2 a.m.
Wonder what happened to Oliver Luck's million-dollar coach that he hired. I don't think he showed up at Texas Tech on Saturday. Texas Tech didn't have a problem, so Luck just brought in a coach that didn't have the sense that Bill Stewart had to even begin coaching.
What happened at the South Charleston stamping plant was a win-win for everybody, and in case you haven't noticed, that's what a stimulus package does.
If a known drug dealer lives in your neighborhood and has a sign in his yard supporting a candidate for sheriff, should we be concerned?
On the news last evening, they told us what both candidates for president had for dinner before the debate. Who really cares about what they are having for dinner? Give us, the voters, information about how they're going to help the American people, not all this other petty crap.
Remember the movie "Willard"? Willard was a big rat. Life imitates art.
If President Obama is re-elected, the coal mines will be shut down, the Bibles will be taken away, the guns will be taken away, and all the other freedoms that we enjoy in this country will be gone too.
Having read the comments in the Readers' Voice for the past several months about why they are voting for certain candidates for president, I have come to the conclusion the majority of West Virginians are too dumb to vote. The states where Romney has his greatest support is in the poorest states in the country. These states contain the highest percentage of the 47 percent Romney deplores.
The right-wing business owners who are trying to tell their employees how to vote are making a huge mistake. Americans will not stand for anyone telling them how to vote or what to say.
Obama gets up-to-the-minute reports on his polling numbers, but he's still waiting for information on what happened in Libya last month. We need a new president. Heck, we need a president, period.
Someone wrote or called in to the Readers' Voice asking about Carrie Cline saying that they missed seeing her on the evening news. This person must not have watched the news at all last week or they would have known she finished up with WSAZ to move to a new job in Indianapolis.