Quickly, Nov. 24
November 23, 2013 10:42PM
Updated: December 25, 2013 6:17AM
Our politicians are like an open marketplace. They can be bought and sold to the highest bidder. They become the mouthpiece for the guy with the biggest wallet. The voters’ needs are not given a second thought.
Kudos to Tony Lux on the most intelligent take on education in Indiana. Our state leaders need to listen to what this experienced man has to say on this topic before they continue to wreck things for our children.
To the person wanting to know if there are minorities in the tea party. There are many throughout the states, but in the U.S. Congress you have Sen. Ted Cruze, ex-Rep. Alan West, Rep. Louie Golmert, Sen. Marco Rubio and many more.
The next time one of you talks to President Obama please tell him 57 percent of the population is against Obamacare and he should honor the will of the people, at least that is what politicians are supposed to do.
In the area hardest hit by the tornado there was a low death toll because many of the people were in church. Not one church was damaged. Is this an in-time warning?
A late thank you to Applebee’s for the free Veterans Day meal. I am a Korean veteran.
The person complaining about their thoughtless neighbor burning leaves never said where they lived. Was it Gary or maybe Chesterton? Some cops will issue warnings, and if repeated, a ticket.
I’m against abortion, gay marriage and government control of business, which means I want smaller government. And I believe in the right to bear arms. You call me a member of the tea party. You telling me my rights are wrong? Is fascism?