— Neil Cavuto told Rick Warren that his book, “The Purpose Driven Life,” was almost like a Bible. I have news for Neil, that’s one of the most ludicrous statements anyone has ever made. There are no other books like the holy Bible.
— I read the Letters to Santa section and it’s really sad these kids aren’t being taught how to spell.
— If the “My Two Cents” is any indication, there are a lot of village idiots in Griffin.
— Everyone, whether they are an elected official or not, should be careful about what they put on Facebook or other websites.
— The story about the 12-year-old boy holding the Facebook auction to buy presents for other children was very inspiring. It gives me hope that there are young people in our community like him.
— So a guy can’t remember his date of birth, even though it’s tattooed on his neck? Welcome to Griffin, Ga.
— For every important decision in life, I ask myself: What would General Griffin do?
— I called Delta Air Lines the other day. I said, if Griffin builds a new airport, will you come to us? They hung up on me. Totally inappropriate.
— What a wonderful job The Salvation Army does for this community each and every day. Please support this organization any way you can.
— Other cities around us have Target, Best Buy and Starbucks. We have Family Dollar, Dollar General and Dollar Tree. That’s so not fair.
— The SEC is the best football conference in the nation. Notre Dame better watch out.
— Please join me in my campaign to ban knives. In China last week a man entered a school and stabbed 22 schoolchildren. This madness must stop. It is time that we “take action” and stop this senseless murder of our children. Please, please remember, ban knives. It’s for the children.
— “Driver critical from Wednesday morning wreck” at the intersection of Old Macon and County Line roads. How many more wrecks are needed before something is done to make this intersection safer?
— It should be illegal for anyone to make more than $100,000 a year.
— Nothing says “I am a dork” better than driving around with fake antlers on your car during the Christmas season.
— I am a senior citizen living on Social Security, a fixed income. I am to receive a $16 monthly raise in 2013. My Part B Medicare premium went up from $99.50 a month to $104.50 a month. My cable bill, without any warning, went up from $74.54 a month to $83.95 a month. Now all the fast-food restaurants on their dollar value menus, have gone up from $1 to $1.29.