Comments from readers:
RANT TO THE WOMEN walking on Davis Road and Walton Way Extension at 6 a.m. Someone is going to get hit. We can’t see you. They paid millions of dollars for those sidewalks. Use them.
RAVE FOR THE Augusta Commission meetings: one of the best comedy shows in town.
IS OBAMA A transparent president? Yep, we can see right through his attempts to destroy us.
I CAN’T WAIT TO GO out and bring my paper in to catch all the news. But I would enjoy it so much more if about five inches were cut off the top of the paper. It is much too tall and folds up while I’m reading it.
FOR KEVIN PALMER (Letter to the Editor on July 15: “We Aren’t Exceptional”): Sir, please do us all a favor, find somewhere better than America to live and buy a one-way ticket.
THIS IS MAINLY FOR the traffic on Robinson Avenue through Grovetown. A big thank you to all drivers in morning and afternoon who back off for 10 t0 15 seconds allowing drivers who live on off streets or from child care to enter the driving stream of traffic without taking chances of darting in. Sure is nice of you.
IF ONE LIVES HIS/HER life as an interesting person rather than as a person of interest, she/he will probably never be concerned with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office’s stun gun policy.
IT DOESN’T MATTER whether Hillary Clinton reads The Augusta Chronicle. Ranting about who will be our next president is a local issue.
CAN WE HAVE A huge fundraiser for the animals at the Augusta animal shelter? They are the victims of selfish, self-absorbed people who live in a throwaway society.
ISRAEL NEEDS TO protect itself and defend itself. And the news is biased.
RANT TO ALL THE local restaurants that do not offer senior discounts. Seniors, take your money somewhere else if they won’t give you a discount.
HARLEM POLICE ACT like they are paying their own salary. They are not very friendly or helpful. They don’t even wave to you when they see you on the road.
PEOPLE CAN AFFORD to preach about taking care of those illegals, but the majority of us can hardly meet our budgets these days. Religion and generosity are great, but they have to be tempered with common sense.