May 15, 2006
Re "Kaiser Official Apologizes," May 11 Kaiser Permanente's apology comes too late for my husband, Ruben Porras, who died Oct. 20, 2005. My husband suffered for five years while undergoing daily dialysis treatments. He had countless procedures and hospitalizations relating to kidney failure. Kaiser's apology means nothing to me. I was left without a husband, my two children without a father and my grandchildren without their papa. I trusted Kaiser with Ruben's healthcare; I never once thought they would put cost before patients' lives.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 2001
I am very appalled at President Bush's wrongful apology to China. We did nothing to apologize for; however, China owes us an apology for its failed attempt at knocking our plane out of the air and then holding our American crew hostage for 11 days. President Bush, like former President Clinton, is bought and paid for by Communist China. The only thing we Republicans should be sorry for is voting for Bush. JOEL BROWN San Diego Isn't it about time that the U.N.'s World Court be allowed to settle disputes like the Chinese-American plane incident?
October 15, 2002
Re "Falwell Apologizes After Remarks Enrage Muslims," Oct. 13: Every year the Rev. Jerry Falwell has to issue a public apology for remarks he has made. In 2001 he apologized for stating that American liberals invited God's judgment in the Sept. 11 events. Now, in 2002, he has apologized to Muslims for asserting that Muhammad was a terrorist. How about a timely apology from the media for lifting Falwell from the anonymity of his country parsonage in Virginia? Does the right to free speech include a microphone to millions?
September 16, 2012
Re "Romney's opportunism," Editorial, Sept. 13 The editorial is off the mark. The Middle East has undergone a historic shift. How the United States conducts its foreign policy there is always important and often decisive. The direction that the president has steered the State Department ship counts. But rather than raising valid questions about the Obama administration's handling of a monumental international crisis, rather than exploring the root causes of why American embassies are under assault, your editorial lambasts Mitt Romney for failing to raise his hand before he spoke.
August 12, 2009 |
The California State Athletic Commission has faxed a letter of apology to the promoters of a mixed martial arts card on which a fighter with a positive test for hepatitis C was allowed to compete. The commission also said it had been told, but had no documentation as of Tuesday, that the test had been a false positive and the fighter did not have hepatitis C. Al Joslin and Shelly Matlock, owners of PureCombat Promotions, which held a March 7 MMA card in Tulare, said they received the letter Sunday.
February 20, 2010
Reaction from across the golf sphere -- and elsewhere -- to Tiger Woods' apology speech: NOTAH BEGAY III, PGA Tour golfer and former Stanford teammate: "I was emotional and got a little choked up. . . . It's tough to get any man in America just to go to marriage counseling, let alone go into a 45-day rehabilitation. Plus he's going back tomorrow, and that tells me that he's trying to learn about the issues." TIM FINCHEM, PGA Tour commissioner: "There's some anger in quarters, but mainly it's a sense of sadness.