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Mail Call - Nov. 8

November 08, 2012

“I wish those radar/speed boxes could be installed on Halfway Boulevard between Virginia Avenue and Downsville Pike. Some people still drive it like the Indy 500, speeding and weaving in and out between cars. Seems those cutouts that were created for police cars to sit on off the road aren’t a deterrent. This happens that whole stretch but mainly around the wooded area.”
— Williamsport

“This is about your editorial (about) the stadium and building and how we need to get our share of the pork in here because somebody else is going to get it if we don’t have a project for taking it such as the stadium. The only statistic that you did not mention were the hundreds of lives that’s going to be destroyed for 80 or 90 days a year by lights and noise and criminals and God knows what else. Traffic. Maybe if you’re really really good, Mr. Editor, you can knock over some old person or sombody in a walker or somebody in a wheelchair. Since that seems to be what you’re really, really after is making lives as miserable as you can possibly can and getting lots of pork.”
— Hagerstown

“On the night of the election, America got it wrong. Americans got it wrong, by voting President Obama back in office. Wrong choice for this country. This country is heading straight to hell because of the choice he made, and what he wants to do to this country is wrong. And Marylanders got it wrong, with same-sex marriage. Read the Bible. Get in the Word, and it will explain to you how wrong it is, how simple it is, for a man to be with another man and a woman to be with another woman. It’s not right.”
— Martinsburg, W.Va.

“I want to give thanks for the re-election of President Obama. I know the Republicans think the Democrats don’t believe in God, but we do. Right now the future looks a lot brighter; for women, for those of us close to retirement age, and for those of us with pre-existing health conditions. Again, thank you for all who voted for Obama.”
— Hagerstown

“Now Mitt Romney can go back to what he likes to do best: Fire people and cut hair. Also, five-deferment Cheney was wrong. He said he was going to be a one-term president. He doesn’t know it all. Just like Iraq, he was wrong there, too.”
— Clear Spring

“Quick, grab the biggest defibrillator we have. America just went into cardiac arrest, and its condition is serious.”
— Smithsburg

“I’m calling the day after the election. I’m sure the people who head up Mail Call, taking all the responses, are tickled to death in their shoes, and I only hope and pray to God that they get what they want. Anyway, I’ve called in several times, no response, and I’m still telling you, there is nothing fair about the advertising in this election. Even Mail Call wasn’t fair about it, because I’m not whining, I’m just stating the facts, and I’ve got several people to vouch for me. The news media is slanted and it’s headed to hell in a handbasket. I know you won’t print this either, but you’re hearing it, that’s the main thing.”
— Hagerstown

“I’d just like to say congratulations to the voters of the City of Hagerstown for taking your town back. Congratulations again.”
— Willliamsport

“I want to thank these people in the right wing for helping to get Obama elected president of the U.S. Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, and a lot more of them, Mark Levine, there’s more of them, I can’t think of them.”
— Hagerstown

“Well, Mitt Romney won in West Virginia, with 62 percent. So we invite all the smart people from Pennsylvania and Maryland, if they want to move up to the great state of West Virginia, go ahead and do so. Now we’re going to have no president again for another four years. We already went four years without a president, now we’re going to go another four years without a president. Everybody’s got to start thinking about Benghazi, and if anybody tells me they lost their house or lost their job, I’m going to say who did you vote for? I’m goint o say see, you voted for the wrong person. Romney should have won that.”
— Berkeley Springs, W.Va.

“You know, I don’t want to hear any complaints about you poor people, when you lose your houses, you lose your jobs, your family, your friends lose your houses, jobs, you have no insurance. It’s too bad for you, and it’s your fault. I want to be able to tell you I told you so, when you voted for him again. ... You didn’t think about the U.S. or God when you voted, or your family, or our economy, or the four men in Benghazi who were butchered.”
— Hagerstown

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