ENOUGH OF ANDY

Daily Times (Primos, PA) - - WEATHER - OLD ME­DIA MUS­TANG DIS­GRUN­TLED TAX­PAYER SE­RI­OUS ON 70 SMH THINK ABOUT IT

Hope­fully the Times is fin­ished with Andy Reilly ar­ti­cles. He in­ter­preted the Blue Wave elec­tion as a ref­er­en­dum on Pres­i­dent Trump but many were also vot­ing against those politi­cians who refuse to speak out against the lack of in­tegrity and ci­vil­ity of this pres­i­dent. Maybe af­ter Reilly set­tles into his new job he’ll find the courage to speak out against the most cor­rupt and im­moral ad­min­is­tra­tion of our life­time.

PIPE DREAMS

Good morn­ing. I just fin­ished read­ing the ar­ti­cle about the Sunoco pipe­line com­ing through the county. What it did not say is what ef­fect the pipe­line will have on the value of the prop­erty it is go­ing through. I know for one I would not buy a prop­erty that had a pipe­line go­ing through it. I don’t know why the pipe­line isn’t go­ing down the street. Why did it have to come across pri­vate prop­erty, be­cause to me the prop­er­ties are now val­ue­less. Am I right or am I wrong? You bet­ter have a good rea­son to prove me wrong. Sunoco is not the com­pany it used to be.

NO JUS­TICE

What a dis­grace. I see on the front page of the Daily Times to­day a man ran down a 69-year-old man and left them to die in the street in a hit and run and he only got 6-23 months in prison, which means he might only spent three months in prison or six months at the most. What a ter­ri­ble, ter­ri­ble dis­grace. What do you have to do, take some­body, run over them and then shoot them and kill them to get any real jail time? The jus­tice sys­tem stinks.

SAD STATE OF AF­FAIRS

Now we know what kind of peo­ple Don­ald Trump at­tracts — peo­ple who think it’s OK for man to be killed and dis­mem­bered as long as we get a cheaper gas. And an­other per­son who thinks it’s OK to shoot the ba­bies at the bor­der. What kind of peo­ple are these sup­port­ers? It’s a sad state­ment on what’s go­ing on in Amer­ica to­day.

WHAT? ME WORRY?

This is how goofy the peo­ple are to­day. Now they want to ban clas­sic Christ­mas songs be­cause of the lyrics. There’s noth­ing wrong with the lyrics. There’s some­thing wrong with the wacky so­ci­ety we live in to­day. In­stead of wor­ry­ing about a Christ­mas song’s lyrics, they should worry about the creeps rip­ping off the mid­dle class and the poor peo­ple in this coun­try. This is what we should be con­cerned about. We can start with some of the politi­cians in Washington and you know who I’m talk­ing about.

HEADS UP

When I see the funeral for our 41st pres­i­dent, Ge­orge H.W. Bush, and the dig­nity that he brought to the whole coun­try, I have to think of how far we’ve slid when a so-called en­ter­tainer like Kathy Grif­fin can walk around hold­ing the head of Pres­i­dent Trump. It’s a shame.

DOL­LARS AND SENSE

What’s wrong with this pic­ture? They’re blam­ing Trump’s tar­iffs for the prob­lems at GM. GM is clos­ing plants and hav­ing trou­ble mak­ing money. Could it be this CEO who wants $22 mil­lion in salary? Could that be the prob­lem? I have to ask, who does she think she is — Lebron James or Steph Curry? Keep in mind the pres­i­dent of the coun­try makes $400,000. You got to make money to get paid money, $22 mil­lion. It’s a lit­tle out of hand, isn’t it? You talk to Mark Zucker­berg.

MAKE YOUR CHOICE

In an­swer to those other call­ers, the purpose of the pri­mary is for the reg­is­tered members of each party, Demo­crat and Repub­li­can, to pick the can­di­date that most ex­em­pli­fies who they wish to vote for in the gen­eral. Now, if we’re go­ing to start al­low­ing in­de­pen­dents to vote in the pri­mary then I say OK, let’s open the whole damn thing up. As a Repub­li­can I should be al­lowed to vote for the Demo­cratic can­di­date I want to see in the elec­tion or as a Demo­crat I should be al­lowed to vote for the Repub­li­can can­di­date that I think should run. Sure, your vote counts as much as mine but it counts as much as mine in the gen­eral elec­tion, not the pri­mary.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.