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Argument by NAACP fails

Thank you for your well-written letter exposing the hypocrisy of those behind the NAACP lawsuit.

If there was any truth to their argument that the County Commission was not interested in the concerns of those living in what is now District 5, how much less are they now going to be interested when four of the five commissioners no longer need be concerned with their vote?

You printed a letter that I wrote in August explaining why the federal court decision was a travesty. Just as I was accused of being racist, you too will probably be unfairly attacked. I appreciate your willingness to stand for the truth.

Scott Fabricius
Chairman, Fayette County Republican Party
Fayetteville, Ga.


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