To the dogs


It’s a pretty sad day to see the Hastings Tribune has gone to the dogs.

Monday’s newspaper had dog photos on the front page and different pages, blown up big, and not one word or mention anywhere in the paper about the hundreds of people standing up for life on Burlington Avenue at the same time on Sunday.

Why have dogs become more important in the news than our unborn babies and fighting for their life in a silent, prayerful witness to end abortion? This is a reality you and I must face. We are killing ourselves off.

It’s hard to believe that America has slid so far down to put a dog show before a fight for survival of our most helpless, innocent human beings — our unborn babies.

Where was the media to cover this? What are the Tribune’s priorities? In fact, all of ours?

Have we all gone to the dogs?

God help us.

Deb Murman
Glenvil



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