"When the gun grabbers talk about the gun show loophole, what they really mean is that no firearm could be transferred between private citizens, even family members, without government approval. This would lead to fees and registration, and inevitably, confiscation. There is no middle ground with these people."
"The do-gooder who says that God is real angry at the Bible-thumpers here in Alabama — as he called us — oppressing the poor sounds like one of those who does a lot of talk but don't walk the walk. Would he or she like to show their works for the poor and downtrodden?"
"You know, I know the Republicans are trying to come up with somebody somewhere that will appeal to the younger people in the more diverse nation we're in. But this little Sen. Rubio, when I watched him the other night he just seemed nervous. I guess you could say excessively thirsty. But I'm afraid they can take all the pictures they want with the American flag behind him and send him to Israel, but like my granddaddy used to say, he's just a little light in the britches."
"I thought the letter to the editor Monday morning by Bobby Denton was a very good letter about putting lights on all the cars. It does help people to see you coming. But all the lights in the world will never stop this bunch of inconsiderate people from putting on makeup, texting while they're driving, doing their nails, doing their hair, reading a book, looking at a map. Just drive down 72, anytime during the morning especially, through the school zone, running 40, 50, 60 mph if they don't see the police, or doing 75 or 80 mph down through Killen about 8 a.m. ... That's what causes the biggest part of the wrecks, is inconsiderate drivers."
"This is in response to the editorial about cars with their headlights on. I think that's a great idea, especially people that are driving pavement-colored cars. But, another thing, if people would pull up square to the intersection, they could see left and right instead of looking through their blind sides of the car. Remember, pull up square. Look look left and right twice."
"Could I please say what is wrong with this scenario? I noticed on a map that Alabama is right in the middle of the Bible belt, but we've got states all around us, each state that's bordering us has gambling and lottos. Is Alabama the only state with Christians? I don't think so, but we're one of the poorest states in the nation — but all the other states around us is a lot richer, Tennessee, Florida, Georgia and everyone. I don't know what the problem is, but Alabama must have some dumb people."