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May 30 - Mr. President, the eighth commandment 'You shall not steal', Exodus 20:15
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Note: All comments published in Soundoff are the opinions of the anonymous callers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Statesboro Herald.

    To leave your message of 30 seconds or less, call (912) 489-3733.    "The City of Statesboro wants to cut … the budget. Well, if they wanna cut the budget, why don't they stop people from driving all the way to Bay Branch with the police car and let 'em use their own vehicles? Seems to me that would be a good way to … cut the budget. That's prob'ly 20 bucks a day in gas that they're spendin'."

    "Those of the board and those … at state need to get off they butts and go into the school systems and see that the classroom sizes are already overcrowded. … The kindergartners are already over-crowded and they gonna make 'em even larger. … They need to get off they butts and see that them teachers are havin' a hard time tryin' to … keep 20 little kids in place!"

    "Well, I don't know why I keep callin', 'cause you never … print anything. This is Can't Fix Stupid again. I see they're closin' East Main Street. God forbid we should put that money in police. It doesn't do any good to have pretty Main Street if you can't walk on it because of the drugs and the crime! Wake up, Statesboro!

    "Well, I, for one, disagree with Mr. Dewey's Letter to the Editor Sunday. … I'm not too sure that the president is not tied stronger to Muslims than he is to Christians. Everything he seems to do for this country … in respect … shows more consideration to Muslims than it does Americans and Christians. So, Mr. D, if you don't like Soundoff, you still at this point in life … have the freedoms not to read it. But for those of us that enjoy it … touché."

    "Mr. President, the eighth commandment … 'You shall not steal', Exodus 20:15, applies every bit as much to the men and women who hold the reigns of political power as it does to everyone else. You say you're a Christian. It's time you showed it."

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