"I see in the paper on Saturday morning where milk prices are rising world round. Then they have the price list of the countries. New Delhi, they're paying $1.50 for milk, but milk in the U.S. is twice that much. I wonder why. We have milk cows here in the U.S. that could supply the people. How come our milk's so high? I guess it's just like oil. The government's had their hands in milk now, like the oil companies. It seems like the foreign countries always pay less. They pay less for oil, they pay less for milk. So our jobs are going overseas, so what's the difference. Thank you, U.S. government. I really appreciate it."
"They want to build town houses or duplexes up here at 77 and 66. Instead of building those, why don't they just make a Burger King, to bring business into town?"
"I'm wondering if anyone gets maybe literature in the mail from the Hagerstown Rescue Mission or The Salvation Army, and they just go in their kitchen and maybe pitch it in the waste can, and sit back down in their easy nice chair with a nice glass of iced tea and just enjoy themselves, when all these starving people, they're fed and given clothing and a place to stay when they're in need. So I think we should get that piece of paper out of the waste basket and mail them $20 - if that's all you could afford - or maybe you could afford $100."
"I'm calling regarding the sentencing of the Chambersburg soldier, former soldier. I think 110 years is just absolutely ridiculous. It's insane. I think it was a horrendous crime, but what happened to the ones, the terrorists, whoever the terrorists were, that beheaded the journalist Daniel Pearl, and many, many others? What happens right in our town to the inmates that - one in particular killed a 20-year-old just because the person he wanted to hit wasn't there? He got the wrong person - that was his excuse. I think he got a slap, when he got maybe 5 to 10 years. So 110 years for one of our soldiers, when they're over there trying to serve our country - I know it's a horrendous crime - but the Middle East terrorists, they never paid for any of their crimes."
"What has happened to our justice system? This call concerns the four college kids that were shot, three of whom were killed, in New Jersey, and one of the people charged is an illegal immigrant from Peru. Apparently he's been in all kinds of trouble. He had 31 charges against him, according to the news, a month ago. Some of the charges were for raping a little 4-, 5-, or 6-year-old girl, and then threatening the family. What are these judges and lawmakers thinking about? If that was me as an American and I did something like that, I'd still be waiting in jail to try to find out what they were gonna do with me."
"I have some comments supporting the people who just lost their trees in a so-called buffer zone: Welcome to Hagerstown and Washington County. You have just become the victims of the ruling class, and that is a ruling class that I am sick and tired of. I'm sure those people don't care whether you were feeding wildlife or appreciating the shade and all from that buffer zone, because it's too late now. Those people don't care about you, and it doesn't matter what wage group you're in, either. You might be middle class, lower middle class, or upper middle class. The City of Hagerstown needs a good shaking up, starting with those people who OK'd that buffer zone to be torn down."