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Mail Call - July 20

July 20, 2011

“On Monday, 7/11, you had a full-page ad in there by the U.S. Citizens Association. To me, that was stupid and crazy, and insulting to my intelligence. I was very disappointed.”

— Hagerstown



“It’s bad manners to read over someone’s shoulders when they are using an e-reader in a WiFi cafe.”

— Hagerstown



“I’d like to thank the Civitan organization for their nice picnic held at the Red Men’s pavilion on Saturday afternoon; also, Red Men’s part, and also thank the DJ who was deejaying. Everyone had a really great time.”

— Hagerstown


“I see that the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland has been to the Maryland state election board, to ask that the legalities of online system petitioning that Del. Neil Parrott’s utilized be examined, because it thinks it may be susceptible to fraud. Well, how about the fraud from the illegals? This ACLU I certainly hope doesn’t get any taxpayers’ money.”

— Hagerstown



“You know, I’m always watching CNN, and they’re talking about cutting the budget, cutting the budget, and the first thing they start talking about is Social Security and Medicare. I just went on Medicare this month. Before that I had Tri-Care, because I’m a retired military person, right? Well, if they’re going to cut something, why take away from the people who have worked all their life? Take away from welfare, people who have never worked a day in their life.”

— Williamsport



“My husband and I were shocked and appalled by the headlines on Saturday’s paper. It should have read ‘First lady Betty Ford dies,’ instead of referring to her addiction. It would be like saying ‘Hillary Clinton, once cheated by her husband, dies.’ I think that Betty Ford deserved more respect than what was given by this newspaper.”

— Cascade


“When we were immigrants, we drove the American Indians off of their lands, we brought over Africans and enslaved them, we stole most of the southwest USA from Mexico, and now we want to go after the youth of illegal immigrants, who probably have nothing to do with being illegal at all. It sounds like pure Caucasian racism to me.”

— Hagerstown

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