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January 17 - I know times are hard, but we should send aide to Haiti
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"I know times are hard, but we should send aide to Haiti. At a minimum, we should send them as much as they sent us after Katrina."

"In your article in Thursday's paper regarding the ... trouble in Haiti, Dr. Caesar, Rose Caesar's, name is spelled C-e-s-a-r, not C-a-e-s-a-r, as you spelled it on the front page."

"This is to the freeloader that talked about Stan Brock's free two-day health clinic in Tennessee. I agree. Maybe we should get some local dentists and doctors that ... have ... give two days of their time to ... help the uninsured. Maybe we can get some construction workers to come ... work on our houses, too, for two days, and ... do that for free. And the grocery stores can give out some free food. Maybe gas stations give out some free gas. .... And the banks can ... maybe they just won't charge any interest for a coupla days. ... That'd be great."

"I hope Conan O'Brien isn't hired by Fox. Comical he isn't. O'Reilly and Sheppard are funnier. Just adlibbing. No script."

"Would the person that assumed the president of the homeowners association position at Whisperin' Pines subdivision please send information to each home ... stating your ... name and phone number ... as we have business that need to be attended to. ... Thank you."

"One of the best ... baseball players of modern time ... got ... banded from baseball for ... gamblin'. But, it what'n't gamblin' that cost him. ... It was his lyin' that cost him to be suspended ... indefinite ban from baseball. Now it's time for the commissioner to ban ... Mark McGwire from baseball for lyin' about his steroid use. Thank you."

"I am sick and tired of callin' that school bus garage and nuthin' but voice mails. With as many numbers as there are, people ... that are supposed to be answerin' the phone. Why hasn't anybody ever answered the phone?"

"Let's see if you'll print this one. Did John Barrow's office lie to me? I was told on a phone call to his D.C. office that unions would not be given any special tri ... treatment under the health care bill. Now I hear on TV news that they won't hafta pay a 40 percent tax the rest of us will have to pay. Guess who's subsidizing union health care? If you don't like it, call your congressman's office ... today."


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