Letters to the Editor

Reader supports teen in D.C. dust-up

Covington, Kent. Catholic High School junior Nick Sandmann handled things very well after the March for Life rally in Washington, D.C. He acted as the real adult as he quietly stood his ground as his group was called ugly names and shouted at. He handled himself better than most adults would have. Without checking out the facts, some attacked him and his family. Adults should adopt Nick’s Christian attitude and actions, and always stand up for what is right, not with yelling and spouting obscenities but with prayer and love.

Thanks to Nick and to the great upbringing his parents gave him.

Mike Alt

Marion

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