• The end of America

    Once again Dr. William Dixon (“A government of our own making,” Page C2, Oct. 19) has predicted the end of the United States because of liberals, progressives and that the majority of us who did not vote the way he thinks we should have.

    OK. His opinion. Not a fact.

  • Thanks for help with bike ride
  • Vote for Dennis Seibert

    Experience and financial conservatism are important responsibilities of the Homosassa water commissioner. After serving for 24 years, Dennis has shown leadership with his sound judgment and experience. He has a keen sense of fiscal responsibility in his official acts as Homosassa water commissioner.

    Re-elect Dennis Seibert to the Homosassa Special Water District board, Seat 2.

    Robert Jeeves

  • Support Lyn for judge

    Of all the offices up for re-election this year, one race has not garnered the attention it really deserves. That is the race for the 5th Circuit Court judge. This is a very important position in Citrus County, and I think Denise Dymond Lyn is our best choice. Not just because She is an attorney practicing in Inverness, but for a variety of reasons. She is a U.S. Air Force veteran, earning a Commendation Medal while serving her country.

  • Low hopes for highest office
  • Pay attention to details

    Our county commissioners are doing it again: trying to fool Citrus Citizens.

    You may recall they vowed the 1 percent surtax they’re hoping will pass next month will be used for road paving. Check the Citrus County Chronicle editor’s note to a letter published Oct. 5.

  • Vote No on Amendment 2

    My understanding that medical marijuana is available right now. Why can’t people who need prescription drugs take it in pill form, and not smoke their prescriptions? I am against this amendment because it is too vague — allowing anyone to have this drug.

  • William Dixon repeats himself
  • Thanks to sheriff’s office

    Dear Sheriff Dawsy:

    I am writing this letter to commend the caring and thoughtfulness of dispatcher Savannah Seaman and the deputies that were dispatched to my home (Deputy Ross and Deputy Reid).

    On Thursday, Oct. 9, I became the proud parent of a year-old Labrador/Dachshund mix from W.A.G. Rescue in Levy County. The dog’s name is Midnight.

  • Just keep spending

    With our country $17 trillion in debt and increasing with every passing day, our noble leaders in the White House continue to borrow more money from foreign countries with no worry or concern as to how the hell we will ever pay it back.

    Point made is the recent news out of the press that our secretary of state (John Kerry) just made a decision to give the government of Palestine $212 million to help rebuild that war-torn region.