Tuesday --- 7:11 p.m.
You know I don't believe all these countries that turn down Snowden exile. And the man didn't kill anybody. I know he did wrong. But it's time to forget and be more caring to this young person---probably running for his life. From President Obama to the Putin, or whatever.
But I think its right that somebody have to give him exile. And he had to come to America. To his homeland. And we can forgive him. Because we harbor here, people, terrorists that kill a lot of people in the world and they live in this country and nobody care.
But that young man need help. And I ask God to help him. When all these other people don't care. They probably don't even know he's there. Thank you.
Wednesday --- 9:04 p.m.
Hey, this is Dennis. Atheists do not believe there is a God. So why do they spend so much time and money to trying to destroy everything that is related to God? Like prayer, the Ten Commandments or Christian monuments.
I do not believe there is a Santa Clause or a tooth fairy, but I do not spend my time and money to tear them down. I met an atheist one time that he did not believe in God.
But after talking to him for a while, I found out that he was angry at God. Now wait a minute. You don't believe in God, but you're angry at God. Figure that one out.
Thursday --- 9:54 a.m.
Yes, I just like how the President from Bolivia, Evo Morales, himself cannot get into this country or any other place. They thought that he was harboring Edward Snowden. I think Morales got a taste of his own medicine.
They denied for him to get into Bolivia. Maybe, he be good to his people in Bolivia, you know. I hope that Edward Snowden is having hamburger and hotdog somewhere in this world and we don't know where he's at. God bless you, young man. I hope you stay safe. This is Maria in Milton.
Friday --- 7:03 a.m.
Yeah, this is Bobby. To start with, I didn't see the Speak Out in Wednesday's paper. That's my favorite part. I would like someone to explain to me the liquor laws. I don't even drink. I don't have any skin in this game. Before we had alcohol, you could open a tavern anywhere, as long it wasn't next to a church or school house and sell beer.
Now, there's just a privileged few that have the license. If it's because liquor's so bad, how come every restaurant can sell liquor? That don't make any sense. The liquor license shouldn't be worth more than the building, or the business. I think that came from an old, good ol' boys network or something way back. Just wondering, thank you.