To the lady who wrote in to the letters to the editor and said people are still upset over having a black president: It has nothing to do with his skin. It's the poor performance he's given this country as president.
Jeanette Beisner, of Charleston, commented on Congress throwing a hissy over having a black president, and is correct. She sure hit the nail on the head. Congress has been acting strange ever since Obama was elected.
Think about this. How come Obama and his boys can put together a gun ban bill in days, but they cannot put a budget together in four or five years? Why is that? Because they don't want to.
Conversation with a coal boss: "Hey, you know we can't afford to keep pulling this coal out of the ground and pay these people the money what we're paying them. Besides there's billions of dollars to be made in natural gas." But what about the miners? "Heck, just fire them all. Blame it on Obama."
I'm calling in response to the reader complaining about the obituaries not listing the cause of death and "inquiring minds want to know." Respect those that have lost loved ones. It's not cute and it's not funny.
You would think that the retail industry would be complaining about Obamacare, because it's going to be them that's hurting because the American pocketbook can't afford to go buy things because of having to pay for health-care insurance.
I certainly agree with yesterday's column that Obama and Jimmy Carter are running neck-and-neck for the sorriest president in history. One gave away the Panama Canal. The other is driving us towards socialism.
I don't know why everybody's so surprised about West Virginia University's football team being so lousy this year. They only won seven games last year, and that was with Stedman, Tavon and Geno. I think that says something about the coaching.