It was not substandard coverage that has been denied; it was adequate and affordable coverage that is not now available.
JOHN CARDOSA, ROSWELL
best; ask any liberal
I loved Mike Luckovich’s recent cartoon illustrating a man complaining about President Obama, while being pierced by a giant screw representing a “substandard insurance policy” (Opinion, Nov. 6) — because it perfectly illustrates the nut of liberal progressive philosophy. To wit: Citizens are too stupid to make their own financial decisions, and must rely on an all-wise, benevolent government to do it for them.
RON COLLINS, KENNESAW
Someone please bring
back our winning team
I am writing in response to Jeff Schultz’s piece “It’s not looking good” (Sports, Nov. 4). The question that everyone is asking is, “What’s wrong with the Falcons?”
After a great season last year, we — the fans — thought for sure that the Falcons had come into their time, and would repeat a fantastic season. There has been no major player change or coaching change, but there is something that has zapped the “winning” attitude right out of our team.
We have a talented team, and they have proved it in the past, but they continue to lose. Do folks not understand the inconsistency in our team? A “Falcon whisperer” needs to be hired — and quickly!
CLAIR DOHN, ALPHARETTA