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This is to the person who called in about how they’re going to lose their house because they can’t afford to pay their taxes. I feel for you. You know if you used drugs and overdosed or were an illegal, the state of Pennsylvania would take care of you. It’s really sad.
It was so good to see our President Donald Trump at the Peace Officers Memorial gathering. That is beautiful. He is a president we can be proud of.
The Boyertown Area School District has a hard budget to figure out this year. Let’s all help out and let’s not plug our cell phones and electric cars into our school outlets and have the taxpayers pay for it. A Concerned Taxpayer
Now that you can bet on sports in the United States I think that Pete Rose should be exonerated.
Were politicians ever known for their honesty? But to hear the liberals our president started it. Most of the media is full of untruths or twisted facts as Mueller’s investigation was started with false information. The mass confusion of truth and lies was foretold long ago. Good luck America. Lady Di
Palestine needs to be very thankful to Israel. The biggest reason is because Israel gave them the sewer system.
I want to say many, many kudos to Dana Milbank in Tuesday’s Mercury concerning John McCain. He is truly a hero who has suffered in a POW camp and has given much of his life to our beloved country. If only we had more like him.
It’s hard to believe in this dark hour when the ruthless and uncivilized president by his unseemly actions threatens to undermine the civilization of not only the U.S. but also the entire Western world. However I firmly believe that the current U.S. government crisis will pass, that responsible citizens will eventually find a leader who’ll provide enlightened direction. One Who Knows
John McCain is a true hero and a war patriot who survived five-anda-half years in prison. Trump isn’t qualified nor deserving of polishing John McCain’s wellearned combat boots. Jay Miller
I saw an article in The Mercury the other day about people losing their food stamps and stuff like that. That’s great. There was a woman in there who said she had four children and she couldn’t afford to keep them if she lost the food stamps. Well, she has a 19-year-old. Can’t the 19-year-old go out and help the family? It’s just a thought. People are taking advantage of the system. Go Donald Trump, do your job.
Trump is long overdue for a mental evaluation. He was against the NRA, now he loves them. He called Kim Jong-un all kinds of names, now he’s his best friend. For years he harped about China’s unfair trade, now he’s worried that China is losing too many jobs. He’s working to save a Chinese company that is working against us. He could order more hats from them this time saying “Make China Great Again.”
The new Limerick Township building is absolutely beautiful. You could compare it to the Taj Mahal in India. I’m really proud to see my tax dollars with all that beauty and all that space. Wouldn’t block and stucco have been cheaper? This is a senior citizen who is going to lose his property because of taxes. Forgive me if I sound angry, I am.
What I’d like to see here in Pottstown is they need to stop with these back alley garages, the ones that people are doing business out of fixing cars and the cars stay in the alley. It’s ridiculous. You can’t even get down the alleys. They need to take care of this.
It’s great to know there are honest and kind people. My wallet fell out of my wife’s purse in the parking lot of Spring-Ford Diner at lunch time on May 14. A kind gentleman found it and took it into the diner and located the owner which was me. Thank you again to this kind man. It saved me from having to replace cards, money, etc. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Paul
This is Alan Collins. I would like to thank The Mercury for publishing my information about the Ambassador of Peace Award in Korea for the time that I was in the service. Thank you very much.
Before everyone starts blaming their respective school board for their tax increases educate yourself in regards to the pension plan payouts the teachers receive. School districts have no control over these plans but state representatives who also receive them do. Growing teachers’ pension plan payouts is what everyone should be complaining about. How many taxpayers out there have a pension plan in this day and age?
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