Leave us alone
Leave us alone
Regarding the letter “The Ten Commandments are historical” (Dec. 27): This by far presented our “Leave us alone!” viewpoint. The letter “Butt out, atheists” (Sept. 28) is a close second. I will be counted, by name, in the fight to allow the Ten Commandments monument to stand outside of Valley High School.
The devil and his atheists need to butt out of New Kensington and attempt to cause trouble elsewhere.
My 110-pound Doberman will stand with me!
Dana Risa Dinsmore
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