Rants & Raves

Comments from readers:

 

WHAT WONDERFUL IRONY! Some old Confederate money is now worth thousands of dollars per bill while a current $1 U.S. bill won’t buy you diddly. “Save your Confederate money, boys, the South’s gonna rise again.” (Well, who knows? Everything else is crumbling.)

 

WHO CARES IF Obamacare is a tax or a penalty, since it’s obviously BOTH! And it’s also obviously UNconstitutional, no matter what our enemies on the Supreme Court have the blatant and flagrant audacity to claim.

 

OBAMA IS TRYING TO sneak a bill through Congress that will use the power of treaties with foreign governments to effectively kill Americans’ freedom to bear arms as stated in the Constitution’s 2nd Amendment.

 

CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN why the North Augusta Walmart does not water the plants and hanging baskets? They leave them until they are very wilted, throw them in a box and get the forklift to haul the box to their Dumpster.

 

THE ONLY WAY TO improve our inner-city community is to get rid of the bad elements. They have become the role models. Build more jails if you need to, but don’t keep releasing habitual violators back into the community.

 

THE NEXT TIME YOU happen to shake hands with a career politician, e.g., a U.S. senator or representative, consider that it’s like shaking hands with Al Capone, except that in comparison, Capone was a pussycat.

 

GOSH, DELTA FLIGHTS from Augusta have increased $300 to $900. Sadly Atlanta is much cheaper. I won’t be flying from Augusta any more.

 

IT SEEMS I CANNOT open my mail without there being yet another letter from my bank with a page of legalese telling me they have once again changed the terms of “our” agreement. Although the letter always closes telling me how much they appreciate me, not once has the change benefitted me.

 

I SAW THIS LINE on the back window of a pickup truck and it is stuck in my head. I hope it never goes away: I HOPE ONE DAY TO BE AS GOOD A PERSON AS MY DOG THINKS I AM.

 

RANT TO THE Columbia County code enforcer. I’d like to know how many other times have you walked in someone’s house and didn’t get caught.

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