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Charitable intent doesn’t
make up for horse manure
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It's nice that the horse beach walk for charity raised a lot of money, however, as a beachfront property owner in Garden City, it was not nice to have the horse droppings all along the beach.
Those of us who have dogs and walk the beach pick up after our pets and this rule, which is in existence for horses, should have been followed also and not left for the tides to come in and wash some of it away, after all, we do swim in the water and walk the beaches daily.
Some one should have come along behind them and shoveled it up and disposed of it.
Garden City Beach
Get out to CCU stadium
and support winning team
The CCU football team has done their part. They have earned a No.1 ranking both on and off the field.
Now fans, lets do our part and act like No. 1 fans. If you have a ticket, use it or give it away. Let's pack that stadium and make some noise for 60 minutes. You have an opportunity to be a part of history. Let's show up and cheer our team to an undefeated season.
It's the best show in the state, don't miss it. Go Chants!
Nothing complex about
rights of fetus, mother
Re: Nov. 9 column by Issac Bailey, “Must believing in God mean believing in the GOP, too?”
Bailey recently stated that “not declaring allegiance to pro-life rhetoric means you are pro-death and for the slaughter of babies, not that you understand there’s a complexity in an issue that includes not just a developing fetus, but a living, breathing woman who also has rights.”
How absurd. Does Bailey’s non-allegiance to pro-life rhetoric mean that he is pro-death, so that he thinks, for instance, that anyone who contracts Ebola should die? I pray he doesn’t think that way. And, there is nothing complex regarding the issue of the rights of a developing fetus versus those of a living, breathing woman. There is no issue, in fact, because the science has proven that the developing fetus has a heart beat and is breathing, so he or she has the same rights as the living, breathing woman.
Dr. Martin Rosol