Drinking nonsense

April 2, 2010 

Regarding the March 25 article "Cities count on liquor profits": The rationale of "excessive availability" is ludicrous for anyone to use as a reason to prevent the privatization of liquor sales. Beer and wine can be bought virtually on any street corner, at Wal-Mart, Target and just about any supermarket, drug store, convenience mart and even gas station. Beer and wine are also much cheaper than hard liquor, so if someone wants to consume alcohol, it's already pretty convenient.

Leave the state to do state business, not retail business.

Russell Catania

Apex

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