LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (VOICE@CDISPATCH.COM)

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Neither a pointer or a setter, (nor a flower)

I went running this evening. The sheep at the funeral (Memorial Funeral Home) home are a little bolder, and don’t run to the back of the cage anymore when Ponty comes.

 

 

Disappointed by media coverage

I am canceling my subscription to the newspaper. I can not stand to read it any more. My grandson, Brian, was convicted in the newspaper before his trial. I thought a person is considered innocent until PROVEN guilty. Brian did not purposely shoot his wife. It was an accident, but because of so much false media coverage prior to his trial and a change of venue not granted, Brian did not receive a fair trial here in Lowndes County.

 

 

Support for military families back home

During the holidays, national attention often turns to supporting our military men and women celebrating in lands far from home. In our generous spirit, let's be sure to include support for their loved ones still at home. The recent decision to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan leaves thousands of families to face New Year deployments, as everyday Americans search for ways to help military families separated by eight years of war.

 

 

Appreciate Harper’s comments

I would like to offer a very different opinion from one of your reader’s negative comments about Rep. Harper’s comments at MSU graduation.

 

 

Republicans offer plenty of criticism, few solutions

In reading the story about Angela McGlowan (Republican analyst: GOP must ‘stand ground,’ Dec. 9), she mentions how Americans are being exploited by the lies of the liberal agenda. That could go both ways.

 

 

A vote for Dexter

I am writing this in regards to a football player (Dexter McCluster) from Ole Miss who deserves more credit for his performance on (and off) the field. This young man has performed outstandingly for his school and his team.

 

 

The war in Afghanistan

 

 

Too many ‘alpha dogs’

The hoopla surrounding the MUW controversy and Burns Bottom has really gotten old. It's like going past a wreck on the highway. You're sorry it's happened/happening; you don't want to look, but you can't help yourself.

 

 

Angels in scrubs

While visiting the Joe Thompsons in Columbus, I had a bad fall. We called 911. What a blessing!

 

 

MUW is alive and kicking

Reading the newspaper lately, I’ve begun to feel like the man who survives a shipwreck and when he finally makes it home, learns his family has already buried him and is so thrilled about the insurance money, they won’t accept the fact that he’s still alive. Or perhaps I should say, I feel like the Grandma whose ungrateful family wishes she’d just keel over so they can get their inheritance sooner rather than later. Too bad for them, Grandma is a smart old bird and she ain’t dead yet.

 

 

A Vietnam vet says thanks

My hat is off to Mississippi State University. I was fortunate enough to attend a Vietnam Veterans Luncheon hosted by MSU Veteran’s Center the day after Veterans Day in the Foster Ballroom of the Colvard Student Union. Not only was it a delightful meal, but the company was great!

 

 

The W, a gem that should be polished

Talk of closure and merger is aggravating, because it has the power to turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy. Students lose confidence. Professors seek employment elsewhere. In light of hysterical headlines, who can blame them?

 

 

Same-sex marriage

I am writing to express my disgust that you would choose to print the repugnant letter from Gerry Jones on 11/9. I am tired of hearing that the “people have spoken” on the issue of same-sex marriage. Marriage is a basic civil right.

 

 

Save The W

We need your help. Certain politicians in this state have suggested the closure and/or merger of MUW with another institution. Either choice spells the end of The W.

 

 

Merging and closing colleges wrong way to go

I read Jason Browne’s Nov. 11 article on Governor Barbour’s comments from Afghanistan on merger or closure with disbelief. I am a graduate of The W but now live in Georgia. Barbour is traveling with four governors, one of them, Sonny Perdue, is from Georgia.

 

 

Fighting obesity

A poster to your Web site expressed concern for people that are “slightly obese.” We have to be politically correct and not call people “fat;” also, we have to use polite words like “high sugar” or “high blood.” You speak of education. Have you ever tried to educate a person addicted to cigarettes or alcohol to quit? If so, it is like talking to a brick wall.

 

 

Honor Christian heritage

On Nov. 11, we as a nation will pause to honor those who fought to protect our country and especially its Christian heritage.

 

 

Hooray for Maine

Hooray for pro-life and traditional family values! I wish to congratulate the voters of Maine — one of the most liberal states in the Union — for rejecting the counterfeit and oxymoronic notion “same-sex marriage.”

 

 

Sir, send me

I've heard about your offer of big bucks to all the Taliban terrorist who will switch and join our side in the fight for liberty in Afghanistan. Well I'm not a terrorist but I do want to join the fight and I'll not ask for a bonus of big bucks to join up. I'm retired from the U.S. Air Force and I proudly volunteer to serve for one year in Afghanistan, back home for six months then another year in either Iraq or Afghanistan.

 

 

Costs and losses

Those who support changing the name of MUW to Reneau University are missing a critical link in the Profit-Loss-Costs equation..

 

 

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