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Hi, I’m a 16-year re­tired col­lege teacher and I must say that I have never ever heard a speech or speaker as good as Pres­i­dent Trump in the State of the Union ad­dress. I am a Demo­crat but I re­ally feel strongly that he gave such an ef­fec­tive speech that I would vote for him 100 times. Aside from Billy Gra­ham, he was the big­gest hit in my mind. He’s the best pres­i­dent in the his­tory of the world.


If the guy in the White House doesn’t have to re­lease his in­come taxes, why do we? Sure, we could file them, but then why does the IRS have to be able to im­pose penal­ties on peo­ple? I don’t get it. I want to have the same priv­i­leges as the guy in the White House and not re­lease my in­come tax forms. What rea­son would the guy in the White House have for not mak­ing his in­come tax re­turns pub­lic?. There’s only two rea­sons — he’s ei­ther not pay­ing his full share of taxes or he’s cur­rently los­ing money.


Do the com­mis­sion­ers in my town be­lieve ev­ery­one is get­ting big salaries and big re­tire­ment checks like they are? Give me a break! Taxes on my house are go­ing to cost me $5,000 for this year. The town­ship has in­creased the trash fees. Next there will be a big in­crease in school taxes. I think our schools should get back to just read­ing, writ­ing and arith­metic. If you want any­thing else, par­ents, you pay for it. I’m get­ting tired of the se­nior cit­i­zens entertaining our stu­dents. They go to learn to read and think, not play games not play Fris­bees. Let’s tighten the belt.


This is to “Poop Goes The Weasel:” Now, this per­son just doesn’t care what he does. But now he blames the cops be­cause they must have read or heard about this for some time. Ob­vi­ously they’re not do­ing their job by check­ing the park and what in the world is go­ing on over there. So I think it’s a dis­grace. I have it in my neigh­bor­hood. They let the dogs do what they want to do and they take off. It’s a dis­grace and it’s filthy. Take your dog for a walk all you want, but clean up after it. How hard is that? You have a dog, it’s yours, and it’s your re­spon­si­bil­ity.


Hey “Magic Mike from Haver­town,” you’re liv­ing in a dream land. You don’t know what you’re talk­ing about. Take off the Mickey Mouse gloves. I know who you are.


I saw the Sound Off by the se­nior who will re­ceive a $4,000 tax re­fund thanks to Pres­i­dent Trump. I can do one bet­ter. I am also a se­nior who owed $800 last year, but this year my tax re­fund will be $7,324.65! Also, my adult chil­dren, their cousins, and all our neigh­bors got nice bonuses of $1,000 or more from their em­ploy­ers be­cause of his tax re­form. My car now gets 300 miles per gal­lon of gas be­cause of Pres­i­dent Trump’s other var­i­ous ac­tions that pro­tect our fos­sil fu­els. And my doc­tor told me that I can ex­pect to live un­til age 150. Thank you, Pres­i­dent Trump!



Amaz­ing you know, this story about Walling ford Swarth­more. They have to keep rais­ing the taxes so that they can pay the con­sid­er­able in­creases in the pen­sion fund­ing for all the teach­ers and ever-in­creas­ing med­i­cal costs. Why is it my fault that they don’t know how to in­vest their pen­sion money? Why don’t you take it out of your em­ploy­ees’ pock­ets and give me a break? All these teach­ers and politi­cians have no wor­ries; they know they al­ways have us. They just go deeper in our pocket.


An id­iot caller says our in­tel­li­gence agen­cies mis­led us lead­ing up to the Iraq war. Our in­tel­li­gence agen­cies did not mis­lead us. It was Bush and his cronies that mis­led us. They cherry-picked one piece of in­for­ma­tion out of all the reams of in­for­ma­tion they had to say that there were weapons of mass de­struc­tion. Our in­tel­li­gence agen­cies never said any such thing.


Hey, neigh­bors. Our town­ship would look a whole lot bet­ter if you pick the trash up after windy re­cy­cling days and windy trash days. The trash men aren’t go­ing to do it.

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