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Sound Off: Donald Trump playlist? Yes, please

Despite repeatedly stating President Barack Obama was “the founder of ISIS,” Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Friday morning his original comments were sarcastic.
Despite repeatedly stating President Barack Obama was “the founder of ISIS,” Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Friday morning his original comments were sarcastic. AP

Give him a break

In November, let’s make sure Trump has that very, very nice long vacation. Trump for vacation!

How about you

To the person who thinks Brett Favre is not a hero: Hall of Fame, Super Bowl, MVP and numerous NFL records. What have you done lately?

Great job!

The Democrats should give Trump a raise. He is doing such a great job for them.

Understanding

Always wondered about being between the rock and the hard place. After watching our election scenario evolve this year, I think I understand.

Great playlist

Listening to Donald Trump is thrilling. I hope nobody succeeds in getting him to soften his rhetoric. His supporters brought him to the dance, and he should not stop singing the songs they want to hear. Thank you, Donald!

Great role model

Simone Biles, USA Olympic gold star, is fantastic. Great model for all girls that dreams come true if you focus. Doors will open for her. The moment belongs to her, her family, her trainers. She is up with the best.

Reconsider?

I would like to ask Sound Off to devote a sentence to ask our Republican friends what they now think about the Republican Senate majority’s decision to forgo their obligation to the Constitution to consider Merrick Garland.

Too many coaches

So far, I have counted between 11 and 15 coaches for each high school football team featured in the Sun Herald. That many coaches creates an absurd payroll when most of these schools do not have adequate funding to offer courses in the arts. The students need exposure to more cultural subjects and eliminating a few coaches’ salaries would free up money to offer these opportunities. Coach Lindy Callahan won many football championships with three assistant coaches. Go figure.

Nailed it

The writer who said the KKK members are cowards hit the nail on the head. They hid their faces years ago and still do. Ashamed of what they did or hiding like cowards.

Well done

Paul Hampton hit the nail on its head in his “hissy fit” article. It showed a side of Lynn Fitch that’s better than I thought and clearly showed the ineptitude of our leaders.

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