• There goes the debt again

    To the editor:
    President Barack Obama raided Medicare of $700 million to finance Obamacare. He invested in Solyndra (with our money) even though his advisers told him not to. They went bankrupt and lost our money.
    He insulted our greatest ally (Israel) in the Mideast. He whispered to Putin (when he thought the microphone was off) to bear with him until after the election. He would then be free to do what he wanted.

  • Vote for new leadership

    To the editor:
    Last week while we were watching the Sept 11, 2012, attacks and demonstrations throughout the world and listening to the White House blame someone else for diplomatic and security failures, America’s credit rating was cut yet again.
    America’s credit rating has been cut only twice and both times under the leadership of President Obama.

  • Answers found in Scripture

    To the editor:
    By the authority of God’s word, Jesus will return. “And the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever,” (1 Thessalonians 4:17).

  • Billboard posting is relevant

    To the editor:
    There has been controversy regarding the U.S. 17 billboard that included Osama bin Laden and President Obama as threats to America.
    The question is: “Is this an appropriate way to present a point of view and what did the billboard really say?”

  • People are tired of the rhetoric

    To the editor:
    I am proud to see all the new billboards urging Americans to wake up to the growing threat to our liberties. These billboards demonstrate the growing awareness and disapproval of ordinary people to the policies, actions and direction our current president and his administration are pursuing.
    People are fed up with all the promises, divisive rhetoric, political correctness, bureaucracy, false claims and no results. For example: “Pass my stimulus bill and unemployment will drop to 5 percent.”

  • Billboard needs rewording

    To the editor:
    The Navy Seal sign on U.S. 17 should read: “The Navy Seals removed the No. 2 threat to America.”
    Now we need to remove the No. 1 threat to America. Wake up, America, get your head out of the sand and look at the facts. Vote for the American in November.
    Jack Rosenblatt
    Ocean Isle Beach

  • Convention reflects ‘transformation’

    To the editor:
    What more proof do you need that the Democrats and their leader President Obama want to “fundamentally transform” America?
    At their convention in Charlotte last week, they removed the last reference of God from the party platform and removed Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
    They received such public flack they forced it back in the next day with a fraudulent voice vote.

  • Get facts straight, Mr. Mayor

    To the editor:
    Recently, I had the displeasure of again watching Mayor Rich Cerrato rail against Sunset Beach Park.
    Boy, is that getting old! Let me be clear. While I love the idea of a park, I opposed the price so I signed the petition, which was never presented to town council. But the mayor continues to ignore facts while he rants.
    What a shame a Wilmington TV station never bothers to get “the other side of the story” but blithely gives Cerrato airtime.

  • Puppy-mill problems trump profits

    To the editor:
    Our state has a problem. It is a problem that constituents in this state want you to solve: puppy mills.
    Our state does not have a law to crack down on these operations, but we need one. This year, there have been more puppy mill raids in North Carolina than any other state in the country.
    It is time for lawmakers to pass legislation that requires inspections of commercial dog breeding facilities and basic standards of care.

  • Cat colonies questionable

    To the editor:
    I question the wisdom of establishing colonies of feral cats on Holden Beach.
    It is proposed to vaccinate these animals against rabies before releasing them in the wild. The first rabies vaccine a cat receives is effective for one year; subsequent vaccines for rabies are effective for three years.