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To those of you who question how some of us could support the White House during these difficult times, that is exactly the question a lot of us asked during the George W. Bush administration's phony lead up to the Iraq war.
Coming on 80, and though I have seen many questionable antics from both parties in times past, I have never seen the corruption and evasion of charges directed at so many facets of our government as are now apparent to all.
So what do you do with a nylon American flag? Do you pollute the air by burning it? I respectfully wrap mine and dispose of it along with everything else.
You all better think twice before quoting the Bible's 'Leviticus' to defend your 'anti-gay' comments. That is unless you are going to follow all its other outdated rules, regulations and abominations.
The Obama administration is continuing the disgusting Bush administration policy of spying on the average American's phone calls. This practice must be stopped and the despicable Patriot Act repealed.
I'm officially a geezer now, and I'd like to see these Charleston restaurants put everything on the menu in half-size portions for older geezers like me.
It's a shame that the owner of an establishment doesn't even like going to the establishment. Well, here's a hint for you. Your employees don't care either.
Honestly, folks, how long has it been since you found a piece of pork in your can of pork and beans? It's been a long time since I've seen one.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story about Elizabeth/George. I do think the gentleman should receive an award for that, and also I'd like to see him continue looking for people that's been missing in Charleston.
Chris Christie should be ashamed of himself. He is a disgrace to the electoral process.
While reading several comments about objections to the new seat-belt law, clearly it shows the disconnect from people in this country's reality to realize safety vs. their personal rights.