Seuss books have message for all
Everybody likes Dr. Seuss’ “Gteen Eggs and Ham.” It is a delightful book for children. If Senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz ever do the filibuster thing again, they might consider reading some of Dr. Seuss’ other great stories which have a powerful message for adults as well as for children.
I would recommend “The Zax,” “The Sneetches,” “Horton Hears A Who,” “Horton Hatches The Egg,” “Yertle The Turtle,” “The Butter Battle Book,” “The Lorax,” and “Thidwick The Big-Hearted Moose.” If the senators are sensitive readers, they could learn from these stories how they could better relate to the people they represent.
From my reading of Dr. Seuss, I don’t believe he would be a fan of either senator’s conservative philosophy.
Paul L. Whiteley Sr., Louisville