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Isn't it funny how the VA issue's been going on for decades but yet now they're pointing their finger at Obama and wondering why he hasn't done anything about it? Hey, let's go way back. Why didn't Reagan do something? Why didn't the presidents before that do something? Let's go, there's been more than Obama in there that has never taken care of this problem, so you can't expect it to be taken care of overnight.
To the person who made that comment about moving to Uganda, you can kiss my grits, you old heathen.
Preachers, you either believe in the Bible or you marry same-sex couples. You can't have it both ways.
One of Port Royal Speedway's biggest events in history, one of the biggest crowds, not one picture in the Monday edition of the Lewistown Sentinel. Very, very disappointing. It was a great night. My congratulations to the speedway and a great show.
Editor's note: Port Royal Speedway is featured in our sports section nearly every weekend from April to October. We chose this week to feature young ball players from local communities instead of race winners, most of whom live outside our coverage area.
This is to the person that sent in same-sex marriage, that said if you don't like it, move to Uganda. Well, apparently they aren't much of a Christian because God doesn't like it. He condemns it. He hates the act. He loves the person, but he hates the act. So, you tell God to go to Uganda. See what happens when you face him on judgment day.
Ready or not, here it comes. Round 72 of the "Blame George Bush Game" by Barack Hussein Obama. It's coming to a town near you.
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