In response to our editorial urging drivers to obey the
speed limit in work zones …
Alison wrote, "It's just ridiculous to have to slow to 35
on a 65 highway when all 4 lanes are open and no workers are present."
Hank wrote: "Alabama needs laws like they have in other
states. If you hit or injure a worker it's a $10,000 fine and 14 years in
To our editorial supporting the NBA for its treatment of LA
Clippers owner Donald Sterling …
Kevin wrote: "I hope he (Sterling) sues and takes all
their money. You may not like what he says, but … in this country you
have the right to say it."
Leslee wrote: "… of course he has a right to think and
say what he wants, but the NBA also has rights. They have the right to
shun him, because of their rules."
And in response to our editorial urging Alabama to clean up
the state's voter lists …
Dentry wrote: "The system is so outdated and
flawed. We should be voting by our Social Security number."
And Melanie wrote: "Simple cure. If you aren't
named in the U.S. Census, you aren't here, therefore you can't vote."
As always, we welcome your comments.
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