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The sad truth is that some people receiving minimum wage are overpaid.
No one has the right to decide when I have enough money except me.
If those people who are coughing and sneezing would stay home, they wouldn't spread their viruses all over the town and state.
So Mayor Reed, I see our soldiers are safer in Afghanistan than they are in Atlanta.
Rather than calling Delta to check your flight status, why don't you check on-line? You get an answer immediately.
Eric Holder is happy to see Nuns go to court and forced to pay millions on contraceptives and fines. The nuns don't even have an income, just donations.
"Too dark window" tickets are written all the time. I got one in Smyrna, where the city arms cops with light meters and views such tickets as a cash cow for the city. Blacked out windows are commonplace in Florida, but are illegal in Georgia.
Perfection never arrives.
It isn't the extra nickel per gallon that is the aggravation. It's the price gouging by stations and convenience stores that's the rub.
I can't tell the difference between 20 degrees F and 0 degrees F when I am sitting in my living room.
Governor Deal may have done the one thing that may keep him from being re-elected: ticking off the state's teachers (with their new health insurance plan.) Just ask Roy Barnes about the voting power of our educators.
After awhile, walking around in circles begins to feel like walking in a straight line.
Amazing how many people bash paying taxes and "entitlements" when they themselves are benefiting from tax money--"paid by others".
I pay a boat load of taxes and I don't mind doing it to ensure kids have access to education and medical care. Some might call it "the Christian" thing to do.
National defense, police, firefighters, public education, public libraries, water, sewers, county road upkeep...oh, those terrible socialist programs!!
Georgia Tea Party Chairman J.D. Van Brink thinks we have no choice but to make major cuts to education spending. He probably supports cuts because he knows the only way the Tea Party can sustain success is to keep Georgians uneducated and ignorant.