Some of the highlights of the article are as follows: “It is a symptom of a society that continues to allow the government to make laws concerning personal decisions in exchange for comfort.” “Until now, private business owners had the right to run their establishment the way they saw fit.” If bar-goers don't want smoking in bars, they can go to a bar that doesn't allow smoking.” “The person who suffers most here isn't necessarily even a smoker, but the private business owner.” “We have given them the power to determine where we can make a personal choice. Only time will tell how they abuse that.”
All of you do-gooders out there, unite. It is a proven fact people older than 70 are not as safe driving as younger people are. We better take away people's licenses when they turn 70. They shouldn't be able to make their own decisions. Remember, it's for their own good and society as a whole.
There is a saying going around our veteran's clubs, the clubs people go to who have fought for the freedoms we used to have. “I am a veteran and a smoker. I gave you the right to take my rights away! Thanks.”
I want all freedom-loving people to ask yourself, what's next?
Pat Sand, member of
Military Order of the Purple Heart
Lack of Tracy Lawrence pictures upsets fairgoer
Well, I went to the fair this year when Rodney Atkins was there. Wow, it was a good show. The next day, his pictures were in the paper. Well, I also went out on Friday when they had Tracy Lawrence there, and he was an even bigger show and he really packed in the crowd.
But what bothered me was the fact that the Daily Times never put his picture in the paper afterwards.
I'm sure there are a lot of people who are Tracy Lawrence fans, as I am. I am really upset he was not shown the same respect as Rodney Atkins and Danielle Peck.