Dear Editor:

In regard to the proposed Phoenix law to restrict door-to-door solicitors ("Restrictions on door-to-door salesmen exempt religious, political activists," Feb. 2, AFN), why is it that the lowest-of-the-low, politicians and proselytizers, are exempt?

I resent having to put up a "No Trespassing" sign.

How about something like, "Proselytizers Will Be Fed to the Lions?" That should take care of banning both religious groups and politicians. After all, aren't politicians proselytizing?

Jim Thompson

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