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Sue T. Buley scolds 'Jerome T. Gandy'

Sue Buley writes:
'Jerome T.Gandy' may be correct in bootleggers or other businesses in adjoining counties worried about losing dollars to legal alcohol sales. However, I highly doubt that "the preachers, who apparently are terrified the collection plate might be a dollar lighter or that they might lose an infinitesimal amount of control over the flock should alcohol become legally available" is the case. It is also highly offensive to the Christian community who value their churches and pastors. While you may have meant this to be a factual, yet tongue-in-cheek comment, it actually made you look small and belittling. - Sue Buley
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