Moultrie Observer


November 7, 2012

Rant and Rave for 11/08/12

MOULTRIE — Allstar kids

“There's 13 kids on the CC Gold Allstar team. All live in Colquitt County and all their families pay taxes in this county. All paid fees to the Rec. Dept. to play and all were chosen to play on the Gold Allstar team. How could they not be representing our county?"

Explain, please?

“I’m anxious for columnist Dick Morris, the expert, who predicted a landslide for Romney, to explain what happened."

Why not you?

“If Moultrie is boring for you or your children, then move. Don't expect someone else to open a business to entertain your children. Why don't you do it? That is the biggest problem with this country. People expect others to provide for them."

Deal with it

“I’ll be blunt. If your kids are bored, I don’t care. Deal with it. You might try spending more time with them. Or would that bore you?"

Wow dude!

“You say kids have nothing to do. Can you actually pry them away from their cell phones to get them to do anything else? Wow dude! Look at those trees! What a concept man!"

Godless Obama

“The United States has been under God's judgement for the last five years or more. We need to be praying that the United States turns back to God not Obama. I believe all you who put him back in has a rude awakening coming. God is in control not Obama and you will find out it is not going to be what you want."


“I am ashamed of America, in electing Barack Hussein Obama president. Half of America has proven they are socialist and un-American and without morals or character, they simply want something for free and what feels good, not what is right or patriotic. May God help us!!"

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