...read the Nov. 25 letter from Harry Sellers, "Priorities backward on Mideast...another Holocaust. It would serve Harry Sellers well to keep in mind that if he...with hate-filled hearts like Harry Sellers. Janet Roberts, Augusta
...activities throughout the world are directly attributed to the United States' unconditional military and economic support of Israel. For possible peace in the world, the Jewish state of Israel must be destroyed. Harry Sellers, Hephzibah, Ga.
...ban on the basis of health is nothing more than political propaganda. To date, there's no medical evidence that proves cigarette smoking, inhaling smoke or inhaling secondhand smoke causes any medical malady. Harry Sellers Hephzibah
...city administrator's job. Mr. Kolb hasn't been on the job long enough to determine that his duties are too complex to authorize an assistant. This city government needs a working city administrator. Harry Sellers, Hephzibah, Ga.
...attacks against Israel. Osama bin Laden's terroristic policies against the United States can be directly attributed to the U.S. government's close political affiliation with the government of Israel. Harry Sellers, Hephzibah, Ga.
...and the Palestinians in their efforts to subdue Israel and encourage the U.S. government and citizens to do the same. The government should seriously consider severing diplomatic relations with Israel. Harry Sellers, Hephzibah, Ga.
...The highway system - both interstate and secondary roads - are scenic wonders. Travel by roads is a lot slower but a lot less expensive and much more educational than air travel. Try it, you'll like it. Harry Sellers, Hephzibah, Ga.
...policies and retake all the territories not originally belonging to Israel. Peace in the Middle East will not happen until Israel is stopped. If military means are necessary, then it must happen and soon. Harry Sellers, Hephzibah, Ga.
Harry Sellers' letter to the editor on Aug. 9 contains little truth concerning Israel. His statements are not based on fact. Israel was attacked...
Regarding Harry Sellers' Dec. 4. letter: Mr. Sellers asks where the experts gain knowledge of world affairs. I suspect he gets most of his from the...