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:
Just drove down Highway 84 on Memorial Day weekend and I just wanted to give a shout out and a thank you to the city of Hinesville for its wonderful flag display.
There are three things that are certain in this life: death, taxes and Comcast raising its prices again.
Sonic, Mike Reed Chevrolet, Liberty County Development Authority, Checkers, China Buffet, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Fairfield Inn and Parkers, all on 196, on Memorial Day you fly your flags at half-mast. Thanks for supporting the troops.
The Bible tells us if God would move his hand from the earth for one hour, what would happen, and we have examples of that from Alabama and all the other catastrophic places.
I wanted to let the United States know that it is really a praying time at this time, and if the GOP does not stop giving to the rich and taking from the poor, the tornadoes are nothing in comparison to what we’ll see.
America, we do need a change — a change in 2012 to get the Democrats out of office.
Florida’s new welfare-reform law is great. I hope Georgia adopts it. It’s fair to both the taker and the giver.
Hinesville police officers need to stop cussing the kids. I heard an officer the other day cussing at a kid. It needs to stop.