Valdosta Daily Times

November 10, 2013

Rant & Rave for Monday, Nov. 11, 2013


The Valdosta Daily Times

VALDOSTA — Tailgating is outrageous in Valdosta. I’m going the speed limit no matter how much you push, and if you hit me from behind, it’s your fault. Lawsuit time.



What in the world have they done to Williams Street? This has always been one of Valdosta’s prettiest streets and it is now unrecognizable. I think that the names of everyone that were involved in this decision-making process, as well as all other street projects, need to be made known to the public. Especially, any and all elected officials.



Three very large dogs cooped up all day in your house is animal abuse in my opinion. How would you like that treatment?



The truth is told on Fox News so if you don’t want to hear it, change channels. It’s not hard to do and I am sure you have a remote to make it easier.



Yeah for SPLOST! A tax where everyone pays, welfare recipients, illegals, and tourists passing through. I would rather share in this tax, than to see those of us that own property have our taxes increased. By far, one of the fairest taxes we have.



And you think CNN and MSNBC are better sources of news than Fox? They only report what they want you to know. If a Republican would have been responsible for the mess this country is in, I guarantee it would be plastered. The only people defending Obama are the people the rest of the country is taking care of. Get a job and take care of yourself. That is Fox’s message!



To “Justsaying” in regards to the four German shepherds, please contact the Humane Society at 247-3266. The Humane Society and the Shelter are two separate things. Have not heard about this situation.



We don’t need another traffic light (Connell Road and Bemiss) in this town. I already spend half of my commute waiting at red lights.



I like and enjoy watching Fox News. CNN and others cater too much to the liberal audience. Fox News is more balanced reporting which all news stations should strive to achieve. Sometimes it’s entertaining but most of the time they report the news honestly. If you want fluff, watch CNN (or others). If you want real news, you know what to do. Fox News!



Black Friday shoppers camping out to get in just shows it is not the stores fault, but the shoppers. Complain all you want, but as long as there are shoppers, the stores will open.