dare Martha Burk and her group of "women's rights activists" plan to use our community as a grandstand in their publicity stunt? All she seeks is her 15 minutes in the spotlight. Only in her wildest dreams does she see a token millionaire female being admitted to the Augusta National Golf Club. But how would her fantasy benefit a woman's daily life? If Ms. Burk were sincere in her cause, she would be rallying for women's rights in China, Africa and the Middle East.
In order to further her women's movement, Ms. Burk should use her stage to show support for President George W. Bush. His plan for Iraq is the one that will change the lives of millions of women. He is the one, backed by America, who will liberate a country and present freedom to the Iraqi people.
Women in America are privileged to be free. Martha Burk is a pitiful example of a women's activist compared to our president.
Wendy P. Thomas, Martinez, Ga.
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