The Republican Herald - - COMMENTARY -

I see where Wal­mart is not go­ing to have the Toys for Tots boxes any­more. Well, one way to take care of that. No one shop there. Show them where it hurts, in the bank. Maybe that will make a dif­fer­ence. I don’t un­der­stand what that was all about. It’s un­be­liev­able.


God bless the peo­ple who rep­re­sent the Knights of Columbus and the Shenan­doah Ro­tary. Two gen­tle­men and two very nice ladies that de­liv­ered two Thanks­giv­ing meals to the High Rise for the Thanks­giv­ing hol­i­day. And gee wiz, on top of the cold yet. God bless them. They are an­gels.


In­stead of that caller com­plain­ing about Casey, Wolf and Cartwright, he should ask him­self why their op­po­nents got routed. Lowlives do not ac­count for those huge vic­tory mar­gins. In­stead, use your com­mon sense.


To the guy from Frackville about prop­erty taxes: Prop- erty taxes should be elim­i­nated, pe­riod. I have been paid prop­erty taxes all my life and I am re­tired and my home is paid for also and it is not an ex­pen­sive home. I just be­lieve in my heart, prop­erty taxes should be elim­i­nated.


To the guy from Frackville on prop­erty taxes: Penn­syl­va­nia is 40th in the coun­try as one of the high­est states on tax­ing, per­cent­age- wise, on prop­erty taxes. Hawaii and Alabama are the low­est.


To the per­son from Min­ersville: Yes, I voted for Casey, Wolf and Cartwright be­cause they were the bet­ter can­di­dates. I have a strong pen­sion com­ing in as a re­tiree and a very strong So­cial Se­cu­rity check com­ing in ev­ery month. I don’t con­sider my­self a low life. Maybe you should look in the mirror, Min­ersville.


They need a law re­quir­ing can­di­dates for gover­nor and pres­i­dent to re­lease their last two years of tax re­turns be­fore their name is printed on a pri­mary elec­tion bal­lot. Had Trump re­leased his taxes, like he promised, the Mueller probe would have fin­ished months ago.


I see the Grinch, once he real­ized he couldn’t steal Christ­mas from the lit­tle chil­dren of Whoville, has de­cided to move on to big­ger and bet­ter things. He is now go­ing to get a job at cor­po­rate for Wal­mart so he can steal Christ­mas from the chil­dren who de­serve it from Toys for Tots. Good class act, Wal­mart.

Palo Alto

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