TalkBack for March 24: Weapons, impeachment and gay books
I have a concealed-weapons permit, and I carry it everywhere. Itís concealed; how do you know whoís carrying or not.
I wish Rep. Trey Gowdy could proceed with impeachment on the president and change the direction of the country.
Iím the cat
Curiosity kills the cat. We were walking at the H. Odell Weeks Activities Center track for health. But the track is so humped and bumped, we have to walk in the grass. Who should take care of this? Is there nothing we can do? Curiosity, Iím the cat.
The crew that cleaned up the debris from our street did an excellent job.
I bought a pay-as-I-go cellphone and was assured that the money would carry over because it was only an emergency phone. It was wiped out at the end of the month. I wasnít told that I had to have a certain balance in order for it to carry over.
There are jobs out there, but you might have to lower your standards. Then you can supply your child with a birthday cake and other goodies from your earnings instead of relying on food stamps.
Rep. Joe Wilson
Why in heavenís name does Rep. Joe Wilson have to apologize for what he knows and believes to be true? If one has to get on their knees to beg for money in South Carolina, whoís at fault?
I see the gun advocates are under attack again because those who oppose gun rights are trying to oppose the stand your ground law in South Carolina. If youíre so concerned about people getting away with murder, why donít they reconsider the abortion industry?
People complain about everything in Aiken. They complain about the power lines, the limbs being cut, the limbs falling, police officers carrying guns, crossing a new bridge, the beauty of the bypass and the speed of storm cleanup. Stop and think about what youíre doing. It doesnít make sense.
I was pleased that our legislators took away two books on homosexuals so that we didnít have to pay for it. The schools should have to pay for them themselves if they want to put out that trash.