Letters: DeWine bad for Ohio, worse for our country

Regarding, "DeWine's political resume is downright presidential," (Nov. 20): Out of all the uninspiring, corrupt and anti-eco-friendly politicians, I was surprised to read an op-ed in Sunday's newspaper suggesting that Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine run for president. From disincentivizing hybrid+electric vehicles with additional yearly licensing fees, to the corruption of House Bill 6, to supporting the toxic fracking process, to gerrymandering Statehouse maps, DeWine is bad news for Ohio, and he'd be worse news for this country.

Dylan Cahalan, Price Hill

Stop buying from advertisers leaving Twitter

I rarely look at Twitter, but I felt that before Elon Musk, it was a tool for the Democrats. Musk has now purchased Twitter and has made several changes in personnel and format. He appears to be making Twitter into a company that believes in free speech.

I am for free speech and feel that companies that stop advertising on Twitter are wrong. I stopped using Coke products when they went "woke" and haven't missed their products. The Kroger brand is just as good and costs less. These companies want to play hardball with Twitter. I suggest that we, as consumers of their products, play hardball with them and stop using their products.

These companies have stopped their Twitter advertising: Nestle (there are lots of other good candy bars out there), Coke (enough said ), AT&T, Verizon, Ford (there are many great cars out there), Wells Fargo, Merck, American Express and Meta (Facebook).

Stop using their products. They will feel it in their billfolds and do what the consumer wants.

Leo Gray, Loveland

Food stamps and feeding park animals

While the U.S. government's food stamp program now gives free meals and food stamps to 46 million people, the U.S. government's Department of the Interior asks us not to feed the animals in state parks. Why? Because they say that the animals will grow dependent on handouts. Anyone else see the irony here?

Janice Wilson, Mason

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