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If you are stopped in traffic and cannot move and the guy behind you is blowing his horn, it is me. Because you are not using your turn signal. Especially at I-69 and Dupont Road.
Gas in South Carolina (was) $2.97 and falling. Gas in Fort Wayne (was) up to $3.59. … Something is not right here!
So another public figure “comes out.” We are tired of this endless parade. You say all you want is equal rights for all, but yet you step out publicly and draw attention to your affairs. That's not equal, it's grandstanding. Just live your life, out of the media, ... that's normal living.
Now that Indiana residents are being asked by the state to cut back on water usage, I wonder if that applies to … (two local country clubs)? After hearing that both of these businesses had heavily watered the golf course so they could have a private Fourth of July fireworks show, it makes one wonder why they didn't cancel.
The Mitt Romney campaign is refusing to reveal the names of its donation bundlers for his presidential run. This is unprecedented. Could it be that these bundlers will want something in return should Romney become president?
How ironic that a recent supporter of Richard Mourdock made fun of the Democrats' goal of inclusiveness. Mourdock thinks bipartisanship means coming to his point of view. Sounds like a bully to me.
In a clarification to a July 4 rant: The (wedding) reception I attended was June 9 at the Masonic Temple, not June 16. I am sorry for any accusations to the wrong party.
Another disappointed viewer of the cancellation of “Noon Extra.” The information from this show is very important. Please, please reconsider putting it back on. Corinne Rose is valued by her viewers. “Insight” is just two silly girls on a swing chit-chatting! Also, music is annoying.
Indiana voters need to be made aware that on Election Day you must have a government issued photo ID. A driver's license or passport. You can vote on a temporary ballot, but you have to go back later to have your identity verified. If not, your vote is thrown out.
A photo ID from the BMV (Bureau of Motor Vehicles) is valid for six years. It seems hard to believe that once every six years, for a couple of hours, a relative, a friend, a neighbor or a member of church would not be able to take a person to the BMV for a photo ID.