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What to do when the facts don't support your point of view? Oh yeah, say the other guy's argument is "comparing apples and oranges." That'll work.
I wish Christians could understand that not everybody has the same beliefs. Faith is hard to come by. I'm agnostic. My best friend is atheist. We're good and abide by the law just like anybody else. Just because we believe in science and evolution and not the Bible does not mean we worship the devil.
Melissa Lee's column is a further instance of The Charleston Gazette attempting to fan the flames of racial animosity. If you keep picking at the scab, you'll eventually get some blood.
To the person who was complaining about a swamp and mosquito haven across from CAMC General: If that is the piece of property where Frosty's Chevron used to be, I don't know if CAMC owns that piece of property or not. If they don't own it, it's not their place to take care of it.
I read that the push for a year-round school calendar is just a way to justify the teachers' existence. Really? There are too many people like you that make underhanded, rude comments in front of today's youth, which in turn makes it OK for them to disrespect us as teachers.
I get so tired of you NRA thugs and other brainwashed hooligans blaming everything on Trayvon. He belonged in the area, and he was not robbing anybody or fighting people when this gun idiot went against his handler orders and stalked this kid.
Obamacare was supposed to make health care more affordable but has increased my monthly insurance by well over $100! The politicians keep harping on what the majority of the American people want, yet there are far more people against this farce than are for it.
Does it not seem hypocritical for the editor to advocate for the complete elimination of voter fraud in Southern West Virginia while at the same time stating we should ignore voter identification cards because fraud rarely occurs?
Mr. Lepp's recent op-ed regarding the positive attributes of Charleston included a story of a little bird nearly crushed by a speeding car. Perhaps this little bird should hang out near the levee, since Kanawha Boulevard is rarely open to vehicular traffic. He would be safe there.