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“President Trump says he believes in democracy, but he doesn't believe in freedom of the press. Freedom of the press is a part of our First Amendment to the Constitution. He is acting more like a communist dictator than a president of the United States of America.”

 

“As in Ayn Rand's book ‘Atlas Shrugged’: I wish there was a place that I could go to escape all the liberals.”

 

“To the man in the white car that took my yellow yard wagon this past Wednesday [Aug. 8] a few minutes after the county picked up the yard trash on Burnside Island: Please return it, because that is the way I can get the yard waste from back yard to street. I need it worse than you do!”

 

“If Republicans are unhappy about the way things are going here, they should just move to Russia where they belong.”

 

“OK, it's time to cut some grass at Lake Mayer. If you don't have the money to do it, bring in Billy and the goat crew.”

 

“Perhaps for the security of the teachers and the students at New Hampstead, they might consider the National Guard for a few days.”

 

“Where is our new Savannah police chief?” (Editor’s note: Roy Minter takes over Aug. 27. See the full story on the announcement at savannahnow.com.)

 

“We are all part and particle of a mass universe and boundless cosmos that is freely expanding at will, in contrast to a tiny speck of a planet we call Earth, set amidst a backdrop of endless stars and where moving free is only offered at a price.”

 

“Scoundrel: an untruthful or unscrupulous person. It doesn't make one a scoundrel for acknowledging facts.”

 

“Thanks, Publix, for not allowing dogs in the store except service dogs. Now it's your turn, Walmart.”

 

“What if the men who saved the world in WWII just took a knee and stayed home? Maybe next time that’s what we do.”


“If Mark Streeter’s cartoons divide America, then every person who runs for president divides America. Come on, people.”