"My 20-year-old granddaughter was in jail also because she wanted to go through life on a big high. She also complained about the food. ... I told her if I ran the prison, she'd had bread and water for three times a day, and that was it. I love my granddaughter, but I do not like her sin. She must have really got to like the food because she ended up back in jail three other times. ... People that are hardworking, honest, law-abiding people, older people, children, are very hungry in this country. I don't worry about people in prison."
- Waynesboro, Pa.
"I'd like to respond to the caller saying that the people in the county jail don't eat dinner at 3:30 in the afternoon, they eat later. Actually, I was in the county jail and I ate dinner at 2:30. So that's absolutely incorrect. They don't eat dinner at 3:30. They eat dinner at 2:30 or 2:45 in the afternoon and then go until 5:30, 6:00 in the morning with nothing."