We've gotten a lot of response to several of our recent editorials, and I'd like to share a little of the feedback.
After my piece on the improving quality of American cars aired, Albert of Louisville replied, "I think the foreign-owned car companies are doing so well because they're not union shops, yet their employees still receive equal pay. Probably more, since they don't have to pay the union brass to sit on their rear ends."
Meanwhile, R.M. of Louisville had this to say about my opposition to touch-screen voting machines:
"Have paper votes really saved us from issues in the past? I seem to remember a controversy involving 'chads' in Florida this century."
And finally, Ed of Louisville agreed with my suggestion that profiling in the case of airline security checks makes sense.
He wrote, "When I last flew, security officers frisked me like a common criminal, and went through all my carry-on luggage, including my dirty underwear.
"I wrote Senator McConnell suggesting that effort was wasted because -- to the best of my knowledge -- not a single act of terrorism has been committed by a 74-year-old, white-haired, Presbyterian grandfather.
"But I've received no reply to date."
We always love to hear from you, and you'll find more feedback on our website at Fox41.com.
I'm Bill Lamb, and that's your...Point of View.