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I'll tell you one major reason for our postal service being nearly $4 billion in debt. It has to do with the exorbitant salaries and benefits ... required by union workers. ... There is no way thy can charge enough postage to cover those salaries and benefits. ... You probably won't print this ... since the newspaper is unionized, too.
If Shayne Haynes was just doing what the council told him to do, maybe it's the council we need to fire. ... I wonder how much it would cost us to buy their res ... resignations. ... I expect it would cost a lot more than a recall vote.
I'd like to comment on the fella that throwed out all the junk for the buzzards to eat ... about 40 ... yards of somebody's house on ... Banks' Creek Church Road right off of Two Chop. ... I'd like to dump some in their front porch.
When will the service stations in Statesboro realize that it's false advertisement when they say, 'Pay at the Pump', when you cannot pay ... at the pump because you can't get a receipt? ... Treat your customers as you would like to be treated.
Would the Herald do its readers a favor by publishing the oath that the city councilmen and mayor take ... when they are sworn in? Maybe we can then distinguish whether they are or are not doing as they should be doing ... by the citizens that elect them.
This Christine O'Donnell ... the Tea Party candidate ... in ... Washington ... Delaware. ... I just wanna know if anybody out there that reads Soundoff ... knows whether she graduated from Georgia Southern or not.
I would like to know what has happened to the Savannah TV news program. ... They are so silly in the morning. ... News is not what someone I don't know on Facebook thinks is a best-flavored ice cream. ... WTOC is so silly. The hosts almost sound like they are flirting. Out of 30 minutes ... you may see five minutes of news and weather. ... Is this due to the economy? Did they cut back on their reporters?