Here are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not vouch for their veracity, nor do we know what motivated the callers:
We all have to look after each other. We never know when we might need each other. We might not even know each other’s names, but we might be all each other have.
Everybody is against the rich. I make about $1,500 a month. But I do not know any rich person who is responsible for me not making more money.
We might not have a snowy white Christmas here in Hinesville, but with the soldiers coming back if this isn’t the whitest Christmas, I don’t know what is. Welcome back all soldiers.
Every month I am charged by the city of Hinesville for solid waste. Now I get a bill with my taxes saying I have to pay for solid waste again. Why am I paying again for solid waste when I’m charged monthly?
Thanks to Leah Poole and her staff and volunteers for countless hours of hard work. Toys for Tots was a great success and so many children will be blessed with a memorable Christmas. Leah truly believes that in this season, no child should be left behind.
Hinesville has so many churches. Where are all the nativities? Don’t people know the reason for the season? Let’s put nativities and Jesus back into our Christmas.