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Sound off for Dec. 20
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I would like for someone from the Liberty County School Board to please explain why a paraprofessional at Waldo Pafford is allowed to go to work with Pryme Tyme before the school work day has ended. Every afternoon, this paraprofessional is down with Pryme Tyme while other parapros and teachers are still working.

The Coastal Courier should be ashamed for allowing a defeated politician disparage elected officials under the guise of an editorial without allowing the victims of these attacks to respond to this completely misinformed and ignorant point of view. Probably this lack of vision and vicious demeanor are why Mr. Calderone was the lowest vote-getter in the Midway election. Editor’s note: Any Courier reader is welcome to submit a column, letter to the editor or rebuttal at any time.

How can a manager at Checker’s let an employee wear pants hanging down with their britches showing at a restaurant? How gross is that? Ewww.

I noted in my research on medical ethics that doctors cannot turn away people who need medical help who have very little ability to pay them. Maybe this is why we need Obamacare. Jesus didn’t turn people away who needed medical care.

Can someone please tell me what’s wrong with the holiday season lighting in the city of Hinesville? It is ridiculous. Merry Christmas.

Ignorance is only in the eye of the beholder. Miming is usually done when your face is painted white — for any individuals. Watch some videos. Check your facts. Only in Liberty County.

Are sports the only thing our young African-American males are known for — carrying a ball? Do we have anybody that’s known for their brain? Come on Coastal Courier, I’m sure you can find one or two out there who are known for academics instead of carrying a ball.

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