As of Friday, October 26, 2012
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Our economy is weaker than it was last year and we know last year was weaker than the year before. Gasoline is almost $4 a gallon here in Georgia and higher in other states.
Terrorism is on the rise, because it really never was defeated. Iran is on the verge of obtaining a nuclear weapon that will threaten the rest of the world in general and Israel specifically. The European Community is on the verge of a complete economic meltdown in several countries.
And the best that Eugene Robinson ("Both candidates totally silent on climate change," Oct. 19, 8A) can come up with is "what may be the most urgent and consequential issue in the world: climate change." Really? If this is true, this paper can start by not wasting electricity, ink and cellulose fiber on his articles.
-- J. DeLoach