Rants & Raves: Sept. 9, 2018
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A Prayer vs. Sales Taxes: Our Father who art in Heaven ... Give us this day our daily bread ... and please punish those politicians who tax food and other basic household necessities.
John Kyl replaces John McCain: That tells me one thing – there isn’t much to choose from in Arizona.
Japan is one of our best friends. Japan also seems to be getting pounded by numerous typhoons and earthquakes. Say a prayer for our friends.
Now, according to the left wing AP, former President Obama claims the robust economy we are experiencing started on his watch. Did he forget his claim that at “1 to 2 percent GDP was the new normal”? Who’s the liar?
Summer concert series on the plaza was excellent as always. How about trading the brutally hot evenings of June for these beautifully comfortable evenings of September in 2019?
Maybe the people who complain about loud restaurants should order out. Stay home if you don’t like noise!
I heartily applaud the efforts to save the Dells – they should have been declared a national monument long ago. Ironic that the city did not see its potential to draw tourists and their money.
Tailgating me when I am doing 45 mph when the speed limit is 40 will NOT get me to move over. Speed limit means just that.
To the man at a local restaurant on Aug. 31 around 6 p.m. in a red T-shirt showing obscene words and gestures. Would you please explain it to my 9-year-old grandson? Your grandmother?
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