I agree with Douglas Bradt's letter to the editor on Sunday.
The Fulton County supervisors ought to be proud of themselves for putting the screws to the hard workers and the patients at the Fulton County Infirmary. They showed they care not for any of these people. The care the people had there before is gone. Not everyone had a job like the workers were told.
Nothing has been right from day one. The care isn't there for the people, meaning not enough staff. They expect a few to handle needs of many. Some of these people need care from two others at times, but they're not there to help - again, too few staff. All they're looking for is the almighty dollar. And it proves the county didn't care about workers or the patients who lived in this county all their lives and now need help.
Like I said, the new outfit looks for the almighty dollar, not care. What few who are still working there who worked for the county are killing themselves trying to do good by the elderly who live there. So, great job, Fulton County. Not.
ARTHUR F. MORRISON Jr.