While politicians will say that none of these consequences are intended, anybody who knows government knows that they will say anything to get what they want.
CHARLES GARVIN, DOUGLASVILLE
Dowd needs stronger conservative counter
I always have to chuckle when the AJC claims to be “balanced” in its editorial pages.
Nowhere is the bias more evident than when one looks at the ink devoted to far-left opinion “journalists” such as Maureen Dowd. She is probably the most acerbic female liberal I have ever read.
So, in the interest of a fair fight, why not replace George Will with the equally acerbic Ann Coulter, and let the fur fly? At least it would be apples vs. apples.
MARIELLEN JACOBS, ACWORTH
Jekyll Island marsh status invites worry
Thank you for your concise article of April 27 regarding the Jekyll Island development issue before the state attorney general (“Jekyll’s room to grow at risk,” News, April 27).
We are very concerned about the Jekyll Island Authority’s attempt to consider marsh area as land in applying the 65/35 law. We are concerned about over-development of Jekyll and have contacted the attorney general’s office to advise of our opposition to the J.I.A. position.
JOAN JACOBY, CLARKSTON