Letters to the Editor

Library cat; toilets, abortion; GOP votes; trees destroyed

Browser has his own Facebook page.
Browser has his own Facebook page.

Library cat

Browser the cat has been living at the White Settlement Public Library for seven years as an animal security guard. (See June 24 Bud Kennedy column, “Voters may decide fate of cat at city library.”)

His employee rights are being violated. He works 24/7 protecting city property at no cost to the taxpayers. He needs to be exonerated.

George Klecan,

White Settlement


I’m going to run for mayor of White Settlement.

We need to be smart. We need to be strong. Cats should be banned from the library until we understand what’s going on.

Believe me, they’re dangerous and they shouldn’t be let into the library. I’m going to build a tremendous, beautiful wall around the library to keep cats out, and we’ll make cat owners pay for it!

Cats are taking jobs away from our rodent pest control companies.

We’re going to make the White Settlement Public Library great again.

William Goldman,

Palos Verdes, Calif.

  Toilets, abortion

Why can’t those bozos in Austin keep their noses out of our toilets and out of women’s private parts?

They’re sick.

Kay Fulgham, Fort Worth

GOP votes

I don’t understand.

Republican legislatures in several states require that I register and show an approved form of a photo ID to vote in the primary election so that voter fraud will not dilute my vote.

But now reports say that the Republican convention can disregard the results of the elections and nominate anyone.

A government of the people, by the people and for the people? I don’t think so.

And I don’t think voter fraud at the polls is the problem.

Fred Darwin, Arlington

Trees destroyed

Three large groups of mature oak trees were destroyed during the past two weeks on the south side of the 4900 block of White Settlement Road and at the southeast corner of Roaring Springs Road and Alta Mere Drive.

Fort Worth needs a strong tree ordinance to prevent such an event from happening in the future.

Martin Bernard,

Fort Worth