October 3, 2013

Speakout: Oct. 3, 2013


It is an embarrassment to Franklin County to have legislators who feel they are above the law and arrogant enough to chastise our sheriff for protecting constituents. Thank you, Sheriff’s Department, for serving and protecting.


Between Obama’s terms from 2008 to 2013, there have been 16 mass shootings in this country so far. It just makes you question.


Legislator pulled over, and other legislators threaten to cut the budget of arresting law-enforcement office. If it was a 21-year-old guy, they’d be congratulated for their work. Just shows what we all knew already, corruption and one hand washes the other.


To my neighbors who insist on blasting their music. Thank you very much for the migraine. Thank you for being inconsiderate. Thank you for being selfish. You really need to learn some manners.


Smoking at a racetrack? Breathing in dirt, oil, gas fumes, but people complain about smoke from smoking. Mentioned young children and babies being subjected to that at a racetrack. Should young children and babies be at the racetrack?

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