Updated: October 8, 2013 6:03AM
I’m so sorry that I didn’t thank the nurse and doctors in ICU in Hobart for trying so very hard to save Lou on Tuesday. He was in such good hands there and he’s in even better hands now. I thank each and every one of you.
Regarding the Quickly that began with “Try being the president.” I’ll bet that person didn’t feel that empathy when Bush was in office.
I thought that one of the biggest campaign promises was no more war. Where are we now?
Tooken instead of taken. Axe instead of ask. Boaf instead of both. Seriously, is English even taught in school anymore?
Nice picture of Obama with his foot on the desk. No respect for other people’s property.
Am I the only one who thinks Obama’s call for Congress to vote on Syria was a stroke of genius?
As a veteran of Desert Storm, it pains me that the Middle East still haunts me and my country.
Maybe the unions should have spread their money evenly between the two political parties, instead of putting all their eggs in one basket. Whose fault is this now?
As school teachers continue to complain about the way state superintendent Glenda Ritz’s duties are being stripped, please remember, if you had enough votes to elect Ritz, you should have had enough votes to elect John Gregg governor.
Sometimes missing parents are only a small part of a child’s problems. Try talking to a teacher and you will get an earful of what these kids go through at home. It’s amazing that they can concentrate on their studies at all.