Let's fight litter, make our state beautiful again

2014-03-17T00:00:00Z 2014-03-17T17:20:15Z Let's fight litter, make our state beautiful again nwitimes.com
March 17, 2014 12:00 am

I recently traveled to Texas and Arkansas and saw some really beautiful country. I also noticed very little litter along the roads.

Everything was clean and orderly, and there were road signs like "Don't Mess with Texas - $3,000 fine for Littering" and "Keep Arkansas Clean - $2,000 Fine for Littering". But when I came home to Indiana, there were no signs and garbage was everywhere.

When are we going to wake up and take care of our once beautiful land? I think people who litter hate America and are the scum of the Earth. They are destroyers and thieves and should be treated as such.

Let's get our own signs and enforce anti-litter laws and make our state beautiful once again. Otherwise, we will continue to live in filth and leave nothing for future generations.

- John Madeka, Hammond

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