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Posted: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 8:55 am

In response to Dorothy Brundrett’s recent letter to the editor, published Jan. 5, 2019, we would like the general public to please be aware that we respect the author’s right to express her views.

However, even though we share the same last name, we have not met her nor share her expressed opinions and are asking the public to not assume that we do. We, like many other fellow Texans, are proud conservatives.

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  • Mary Lou Shelton posted at 2:26 pm on Wed, Jan 9, 2019.

    Mary Lou Shelton Posts: 1255

    well, thats certainly a relief. but since you don't have the same first name, i don't think many people were confused.

    but i would like to state for the record that i am the gene shelton that posts, and my wife is the mary lou shelton that writes letters. just so there is no confusion.

    my only point of disagreement with with ms. b is that we are apparently not better than this as the beast has been unleashed. gene


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