Here are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not know if they are true, nor do we know what motivated the callers:
The city (of Hinesville) should really take a hard look at the ordinance it passed that requires certain rules on single-family dwellings in neighborhoods. With the buildup of troops, single individual soldiers are moving off post and into single homes in squads. And none care for the property. It hurts other property owners.
I noticed the governor who tried to sell Barack’s Senate seat. We have the same thing right here — in Atlanta. I hope none of our senators are doing that, and none of the representatives, even at the local level.
Judgment begins at the house of God. Remember Rev. Wright?
With regard to the sewage plant: Let the LCDA proves they believe what they are saying. Swim in the discharge water. I’ll believe it then.
Many people drive pass the marquee at Bradwell Institute, but I guess the principal is not one of them or she would be embarrassed at how out of date it is.
I agree with the caller that stated that pastors and Christians are voting for someone they can’t support on abortion. If you’re a Christian you’re for God’s principles. Or you are against God’s principles. There is no half-and-half.
Why don’t the Republicans wake up to what they’ve done to our country, destroying it? Yet they want to blame Democrats for all the things they do.
There should be no bailout for the automakers. Otherwise, they are going to bail out Ford Canada, Chrysler Europe and GM Mexico. Let them go bankrupt.
The citizens of Long County need to get behind the code enforcement office and support its members in building an animal control shelter.
We have a right to complain when things don't go right. Do we also have an obligation to say thank you with things go right? I think so. I do it every chance I get.