TO THE EDITOR:
Regarding "FTC's new rules would only punish honest car dealers," Rob Cohen, autonews.com, Oct. 23: I couldn't agree with Mr. Cohen more when he writes of the Federal Trade Commission's proposals, "Every time the agency does this, lawyers like me make money, and lots of it."
We must recognize that passing laws and regulations does not necessarily solve problems. We need education and increased moral standards by engaging each other with love and respect.
I wish legislatures would abolish laws rather than write more of them. We are humans with feelings and emotions. What can a law do to make people really care for each other?
NAI NAN KO, President, Ko Automotive Group, Wellesley, Mass.