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Sound off for Nov. 28
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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:

It’s sad that one entrance to the post hospital has been closed. It’s a burden to drive all the way around sometimes.

Here’s a thought for whoever said a tax increase of $40 on a $200,000 home would create more homeless: If those people are $40 a year from being homeless maybe it’s time for them to downsize their homes.

If you don’t like the price of gasoline in Hinesville, you need to leave your car at home and ride the buses. It only costs $1, people.

I went to Savannah today and gas was 10 cents a gallon more there than it is here. Ooh.

The Tea Party members are nothing but Republicans in disguise.

The new 196 from Hinesville to Richmond Hill looks great and is nice to travel. But I wonder if the speed limit was changed. The signs say 55, but I had two vehicles race passed me running about 90. No law enforcement was visible.

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