Comments from readers:
TO THE RANTER WHO said Augusta Animal Services should give dogs to poor people instead of charging them $85: How are these poor people going to provide routine veterinary services for the dogs? … Even healthy dogs need to see a vet once a year for their shots, and dog owners need to be able to take their dogs to the vet if the dogs become sick or injured. Dog ownership is more than just acquiring a dog and then feeding it once a day.
WHERE IS AL SHARPTON when Paine College needs him to find this shooter?
I AM GLAD I WORK in Johnston, S.C. Gas is only $3.39 here ... 20 miles from the $3.49 in North Augusta.
PRESIDENT OBAMA SAYS the decline of the inner cities is because of white people leaving. Those whites should have stayed and had their homes burglarized, daughters pimped out, female relatives raped, family members killed and children mugged. I can’t wait to leave Richmond County, where I was born and have lived for 50 years. Congratulations, all you thugs. You have won this area.
A RAVE FOR JOHN Barrow. Your vote for the special committee to investigate demonstrates your commitment to Georgia values. …
AUGUSTA-RICHMOND County, did you know we have a litter patrol but you can’t find them with a search warrant. Try getting a response. Someone at their office said they do respond. OK, yes indeed, sure, right, got it!
RANT FOR JESSE Jackson and Al Sharpton. Why aren’t you doing something about black men selling black women into slavery? You cry about everything else; why aren’t you doing anything about that?
RAVES TO INTERNAL Affairs. If you think police are out of control, you can’t imagine what the nation would be like without Internal Affairs.
USUALLY WHEN YOU get a new plant manager, you get new rules you have to play by. So you’d better be careful out there at SRNS.
HB 60 IS JUST a bunch of hoopla. It is designed to make Georgia’s anti-Second Amendment governor look like he supports the Second Amendment when in reality, he supports universal background checks and gun registration. Georgia’s law already provides school systems the authority to arm teachers and staffers: GA Code 16-11-127.1 (c) (6).