Sunday, September 28, 2008


This letter in Saturday's The Oklahoman makes a good point:
What it means

In response to Berniece Dykeman (Your Views, Sept. 22): When people say, "Let's get government out of our lives,” they're not implying we should do away with government. Rather, they want to limit its ability to infringe upon our freedoms.

Let me put it this way: While you may enjoy a nice steak and salad for dinner, you don't want the farmer who produced these products telling you when, where and how you can consume them. That doesn't mean you want a "life without farmers.”

Kent Nuckels, Moore

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