Your View: Harmony at the Children’s Pool on the 4th

I hope everyone involved in the seal controversy had a chance to go by the Children’s Pool during the 4th of July weekend. It was being used as it should. I saw 150 or so people on the beach and a lot of children with their feet in the water. These people were not protesters or activists — just citizens doing what people like to do
best and that’s to have fun at the beach.

I would ask our politicians and our judges to come by and observe how the pool is being properly used. Forget the courts and T-shirt sales and let the people and the seals sort it out.

John Beaver
La Jolla

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