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Sound off for Feb. 2
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Here are some of the issues 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:

The Long County Library, Faith School and Eagles Storage in Ludowici have all been burglarized and you can see all of them from the police station. What does that tell you?

I guess I have to leave home about 3 o’clock in the morning to reach work at 6:30 a.m. on post. Fort Stewart, this traffic is ridiculous. Come on, man, open the gates.

There would be no need for big government if everybody was treated equally, but we all know that is not so. It’s great for some to get tax cuts when some people don’t have bread to eat or no place to sleep.

Let’s see, you don’t have stuff fixed in your home that needs to be fixed. You can’t afford groceries or to pay bills. But you have a cell phone. How much sense is that?

I was watching WSAV news on the Savannah City Council voting for the next administration. The race card was played. The blacks voted for a black and the whites for a white. The same happened on our board of education. It’s not right.

Unfortunately, that member of First African Baptist Church upset about the photos of the MLK parade in the newspaper forgot what the parade was for and who it represented. Dr. Martin Luther King was a man of peace. Sometimes favor is not fair.

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