07/14/2003 at 01:00 AM EDT
Harrison Ford has been my favorite actor since his movie Witness. And since Ally McBeal, Calista Flockhart has been my favorite actress. She's sexy, beautiful and quirky. I couldn't be happier for them both! Thank you for such a great article. I've been waiting for it.
Sue Crabbs, LINDENHURST, N.Y.
There is just a little something about this union, in the happiness they radiate, that says it's not only real but lasting. I've admired the way they've kept their developing relationship special until they were ready to share it.
Jody McConnan, COURTENAY, B.C.
As a longtime Harrison Ford fan, I was appalled when I first heard he had left his wife and later began dating Calista Flockhart. After reading your cover story, I came to an astonishing revelation that I was just insanely jealous—and I've been happily married for 23 years! Take good care of him, Calista.
Diane Freer, CORONA, CALIF.
Ford is going through his midlife crisis with the earring and now a very young chick to make him believe he is young again. Nothing like two people using each other and calling it love.
Luci Starman, LAS CRUCES, N.MEX.
It's wonderful to know that Harrison Ford has an exciting relationship to nurture as he enters a new phase of his life.
Lynette Carrington, MESA, ARIZ.
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I have just read your piece about Hillary Rodham Clinton. "Wow" is the first thing that comes to mind. I believe Mrs. Clinton is truly an incredible woman and most certainly someone whom we would all aspire to be like. I hope one day to see her become the first female President of the United States. I know she would do great things for her country and the world.
Geraldine Rogers, PICKERING, ONT.
I hope that Hillary's life with Bill continues to work. Hillary, do what makes you happy in life because you are the only one who can make your life what you want it to be.
Kathleen Schleuning, PLAINFIELD, ILL.
This new attempt by Hillary to cleanse a tarnished image is without a doubt the most brazen yet. We're supposed to believe that she in no way knew Bill had lied to her about the Monica Lewinsky affair. It's clear she is simply trying to pull the wool over the public's eyes again.
Sandra Lee, THE COLONY, TEXAS
Lies, lies, lies. If Hillary ever becomes President, I, for one, will leave the country as quickly as possible.
Alicia Irlbeck, CEDAR PARK, TEXAS
House Committee on Energy and Commerce staffer Ken Johnson, whose office investigated Martha Stewart, is quoted saying "she should and will go to jail and she'll be folding sheets for a living instead of selling them." Whether Ms. Stewart is guilty or not, this case has real world ramifications for many workers at Stewart's companies and small-time investors who have seen their investments plummet. Mr. Johnson's grandstanding belittles their situation, is unprofessional and harms the chances of a fair trial.
Stephanie Travis, EL CERRITO, CALIF.
It gives me great joy to think that Martha Stewart may go to prison. She is a snob who has made millions from people who are completely out of her league and who wish to emulate her. Fortunately I am not one of those people. I can't wait to see how she can dress up her cell.
Carol Jordan, ASHEVILLE, N.C.
Or Burton and Taylor
In Chatter's "Quote of the Week," P. Diddy
claims he "started the trend" of dating another celebrity. I don't know if he speaks from ignorance or just plain arrogance, but could someone ask him if he's ever heard of Bogie and Bacall?
Cami Hepler, HICKORY, N.C.