Battles' diatribe on women's rights was just sad

2014-04-13T00:00:00Z Battles' diatribe on women's rights was just sad nwitimes.com
April 13, 2014 12:00 am

James Battles, of Lakes of the Four Seasons, must be experiencing a lot of personal tragedy in order to write such a hate-filled letter, "Why should men determine what rights women have?"

Battles belittles men as a gender and also expresses his disdain for anyone who abides by religious beliefs to justify the killing of the unborn.

I couldn't help but see his letter as a cry for help. To express such hatred and disdain for manhood, and religion, Battles must have a lot of inner pain in that he feels the need to lash out in this manner.

I usually enjoy reading the letters to the editor, but Battles' diatribe was just plain sad. I hope he finds the help he needs.

-- Steve Howard, Schaumburg

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