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Sound off for Feb. 10
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These opinions are not the Courier’s. Callers are not required to identify themselves, so we can neither verify sources nor their motives. Call 876-3733 to leave a message.

I just wanted to let you know that we know what’s been happening in Washington and everything you want to blame on the president. But no, you’ve been fooling us for years now. We really see the picture. Nobody wanted to work with the president for three years and you’ve been telling us it’s all his fault. But now we see who the real fault belongs to. So anyway, you can’t fool us anymore.
I’m calling to advise all Hinesville and Liberty County people in the area to be aware of people who do your taxes for free. They did my taxes and didn’t file them in three years, and then the only precaution was, “I’m going to ban you from coming in here, because we messed up so we’re going to ban you for life.” Now ain’t that the biggest joke that you’ve ever heard? Everybody start laughing.
Hinesville wants to be a big city? Fine. We have a good start. We have plenty of potholes.

I just returned from another country. Minimum wage is equivalent to $1.65 per hour. A pound of bacon is equivalent to $8. The mode of transportation is by boat, bicycle or golf carts on mostly dirt roads. But the people who I came in contact with were friendly. Here, we worry about what time we roll our trash cans in and out, whether or not holiday decorations are taken down in a timely fashion, and have perfected the art of pointing fingers. Makes you wonder.
It is a pleasure to go to Judge Aspinwall’s court. She and the other lovely ladies in there are so sweet and helpful.
To the person who put in the blog and all that the food-stamp system is an injustice toward us taxpayers: I agree, I agree 100 percent. I have been speaking up, but I need more people to help back me to speak up. It is an injustice. I’m too tired and too old to keep raising other people’s young’uns because they’re too lazy to work when I have to go to work every day of my life. Thank you and keep speaking for it and have other people speak for us, too.

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