U-SAY Responses To Scandalous Horse Spread

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U-SAY Responses To Scandalous Horse Spread

Juniper, the mare implicated in an affair with Congressman Ronald North, has agreed to do a four-page spread in Stud Farm magazine. What do U think?

"Juniper should be ashamed of herself, if horses have the ability to feel shame."
--Marcia J., Raleigh, NC

"If you're a horse who's got it, horse-flaunt it!"
--Timothy, Lowell, WI

"Juniper should not do it. That horse is a role model to little girls everywhere."
--Paula K., Cedar Rapids, IA

"It's sad that in our society the only way for a horse to get ahead is to use her body."
--Pamela S., Menasha, NV

"What's the big deal? She's naked all the time anyway."
--Jerry W., Philadelphia

"Juniper is clearly doing this because she was abused when she was young. I hear she was beaten with a riding crop daily and even had shoes nailed into her feet."
--Trudy M., Dallas