"'If we love our country, we should also love our countrymen,' Ronald Reagan."
"The Republic can survive a Barack Obama. It is less likely to survive the multitude who made him their president."
"Where were the ACLU and NAACP when O.J. Simpson was acquitted of killing not one, but two white people?"
"All these protesters are saying is, 'If I don't get my way, I will destroy your property, rob you and beat you.' And they wonder why they get that reputation!"
"Why didn't anyone protest for poor Paula Deen when she was being persecuted?"
"Can someone please tell me what restaurant is going in at Victory and Barnard? I'd like to know so I can see if I can apply for a job there."
"Your logic is great! People would risk unprotected sex because they know they can get a free HIV test. Care to share any other brilliant ideas while you're at it?"
"Perhaps there is enough money in Chatham County to mow the median on President Street. The grass is thigh high now. And perhaps they could pick up all the trash the homeless people left under the bridge?"
"With all of the press coverage about Lisa Jackson's lawsuit against Paula Deen and Uncle Bubba's, why hasn't there been anything reported about her replacement as the general manager there being an African-American?"
"I'm praying that God will heal our land. We live in the greatest nation in the world and we are all guilty of trying to destroy it from the inside out. I really do hope he will intervene and change the lives of people in this country."
"To the person who feels they are a prisoner of war since the South lost the Civil War: How do you think the millions of slaves felt before the Civil War?"
"I would also like to see the SS United States ship docked here. I was a passenger on that ship in 1962, when my stepfather was stationed in England and we came back to the United States. It was a beautiful ship. I was a teenager at the time and was in a room with several other girls my age. We spent most of the time in the theater or library. It was quite an experience."
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