Moultrie Observer


November 13, 2012

Rant and Rave for 11/14/12

MOULTRIE — Applause

“Congratulations to Cole Segraves for his recognition, from GHS Football Daily, of a top five, state wide performance, for his efforts last Friday night.

"Packer Pride, and outstanding team work, stands out once again."

Blame lawmakers

“Illegal immigrants receive extra items not because of your local school board but because of your elected state and federal officials. I would bet more than 85% of your school budget is spent to fulfil state and federal mandates. Don't blame school board, blame state and federal elected officials."

What is to come

“Thomas Jefferson once wrote that "I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever". You can pray for our country, our president or our way of life, but you cannot make God do your bidding.

"Personally, I do not pray for evil, since praying for a corrupt federal government and it's ilk will in fact evoke divine justice upon you and your family. So, be wary for what you pray for, you might get more than you bargained for. Instead, reflect upon our situation and do the best you can to prepare for what is to come."


“The Red states should secede and leave the blue states to be as decadent, immoral and socialist as they like, they would starve in a year."

In response

“In response to the working Christian that voted for Obama. You don't understand Christian morals or you could not vote for Obama, you may work but in bet your receive some form of Government assistance and you voted for who you think will keep your check coming. Guess what if he has his way the joke will be on you when the nation is bankrupt and your out in the cold."

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