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Mail Call - Sept. 19

September 18, 2012

“High-five to all the people who attended the Greencastle-Antrim school board meeting that stood up for their rights and recited The Lord’s Prayer. We should all be proud of them. Way to go.”
— Clear Spring

“I find it incomprehensible that the county commissioners can keep a fire company closed while a committee listens to gripers and malcontents for months.”
— Hagerstown

“In regards to the new moped law, bureaucrat insurance companies were in bed together and lobbied to get this done. This law is just to pad the insurance companies’ pockets, and it’s just more taxation, more taxation. Next thing, grandma’s wheelchair will be taxed.”
— Hagerstown

“I’m trying to sit here and think of how Mitt Romney, a presidential candidate, hasn’t worked for probably six to 10 years, but yet he’s making more money every year, like 2011, he made $20 million. How’s a man get so rich who doesn’t even work? He worked for Bain Capital, what’d he do, shut the plants down, stripped them of everything, took the money and left.”
— Hagerstown

“As an atheist, I don’t need your pity, but I will tell you what I expect. I expect to be given the right not to believe in God, as you are given the right to believe in God. No one has the right to beat up on anyone’s beliefs. So they’re not the same as yours. Move on with your own beliefs, and get on with your life.”
— Clear Spring

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