Sound Off, Nov. 3Published 7:27pm Friday, November 2, 2012
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Seeing the great majority of certain political signs around the county, one might think that the vote will likely turn out a certain way. But the fact of the matter is that the deadbeat dad — who never worked a day in his life and owns nothing nice but a fancy cellphone — hanging with the druggies on the corner has a vote that counts for just as much as the homeowner who has held the same job for 30 years and owns half the community.
I feel sorry for the people in New York and New Jersey and other states that got hit by that tropical storm or hurricane, whatever it may be, but they act like there’s never been a tragedy before. Do you all remember North Carolina when the 500-year flood, how we looked and everything? It wasn’t on the news everyday like it is with the carrying of the news now.
Why is the U.S. Coast Guard spending taxpayers’ money and wasting valuable time looking for some ship’s captain who didn’t have enough sense to look out for himself?
The Rev. Billy Graham is not just a man. He’s a man of God anointed by God to preach the word to a lost and dying world. If you can’t realize this, then you better seek God.
Billy Graham should not be involved in the election. If he continues to do so, his multi-million dollar organization should be taxed.
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