Letters to the Editor

Letter: Which crazies?

February 27, 2014


To the editor:

This concerns Dolph Simons Jr.’s Saturday Column in the Feb. 22 Journal-World.

There are state legislators who favor a law that would discriminate against gay people in the name of religious freedom. There is a state legislator who would codify corporal punishment for children. And Simons thinks that by honoring William Burroughs, Lawrence might attract “crazies”?

“Welcome to my tea party,”  whispered the March Hare.


Brock Masters 1 year, 9 months ago

Larry you do know the sponsor of the corporal punishment bill was not a tea party republican but a democrat don't you?

Renee Patrick 1 year, 9 months ago

He meant to imply they were all crazy as March Hares.

Rick Masters 1 year, 9 months ago

You might want to go back and refresh your memory; the Mad Hatter wasn't alone...

Leslie Swearingen 1 year, 9 months ago

The phrase mad as a hatter came about because the workers making mens felt hats used mercury in the making of them and it affected them mentally.

Maybe every one could carry a camera and take pictures of crazies as they come across them and then have a public blog dedicated to them.

You might be a crazy if----

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