Who, me worry? (Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP)

Kavanaugh: Pig exposed like many men

Manhattan: I cannot believe so many people think Brett Kavanaugh is innocent. He’s not! Men were pigs years ago and have not changed. Men did horrible things to women in every work environment I was in. We were young and vulnerable coming out of high school or college. We needed a job so you just smiled and try not to think about all the nasty and vulgar things that were happening to you. I had a co-worker who would shake and cry every day she was so frightened of our boss Mr. Goodheart. He took the power he had as a boss to walk around the office an intimidate us. Thank God we survived.

Predators lurked in every place I worked. Men wanted to hug and kiss you. They knew you could not and would not do anything about it. Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters? So when the allegations about Kavanaugh came out, I knew they were true. Prof. Ford, thank you for being a breath of fresh air. You have saved many young women from blatant misconduct by a man in charge. Thank god the #MeToo movement came about and women are stronger, wiser and more powerful. Yvonne Carr

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Groping for the truth

Farmingdale, L.I.: I challenge every woman in Congress to ask their husbands, “How many women did you grope before you groped me?” Bet most of them did. Are they all to be judged for teenage curiosity? Frank Pennino

Taking this bet

Bellmore, L.I.: The lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford are demanding so many additional terms before she agrees to testify. This is an obvious tactic to get the Republicans to finally say “enough is enough” and continue the hearings without her testimony. I’m betting 100 to 1 that she doesn’t show up. John J. Ferrante

Hypocrisy abounds

Rockaway Beach: Voicer Charlene Black’s hypocrisy is exactly what is so disturbing about the left. First, she discriminates against two Republican senators because of their age but forgets to condemn Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein for her age. Secondly and more on point, she laments the fact that Sen. Al Franken, who had more accusers with more evidence, had to step down. She then demands Kavanaugh’s confirmation be derailed because of one vague allegation. Lastly, how does she know that none of the Republicans on the panel identify as a woman? Brian Sullivan

Identity crisis

New Hyde Park, L.I.: If Judge Kavanaugh has called Christine Ford’s accusation a case of “mistaken identity,” it is to his credit. He is not saying she is a liar. He is simply saying it was someone else. Always the gentleman. Tom Nichols tried to demonize Kavanaugh, totally misconstruing his intentions (“A new cloud over Kavanaugh,” Op-Ed, Sept. 23). Joan Hauprich

Cashing in

North Bellmore, L.I.: I have one question for Christine Blasey Ford: How much is George Soros paying you to lie? Eileen Williams

It never goes away

Sayreville, N.J.: More than 50 years ago, my best friend’s boyfriend tossed me into the snow and proceeded to grope me. I remember everything about that day. I can see his face as clear as day. Any fool who thinks it’s no big deal is a moron. Kim Sawyer

Supreme payback

Mohegan Lake, N.Y.: To those Republicans complaining about the Democrats’ response to Brett Kavanaugh, I have just two words: Merrick Garland. The Republicans stole a Supreme Court seat and now complain about how their latest candidate is treated. Such chutzpah. Michael W. Domis

Congress background check

Cedarhurst, L.I.: I think it is time that everyone who runs for office should be properly vetted. Before a congressman or senator can take his seat, everything from middle school transcripts, testimony from classmates, personal letters, should all be on public display in a televised tribunal. Of course every complaint from someone in the past has to be thoroughly investigated, no matter how long it takes. Think Congress would pass such legislation? Neither did I. Adam Moskowitz

Bad boy Bramhall

South Amboy, N.J.: I don’t know if I can even begin to express how appalled I am over the Sept. 23 Bramhall’s World. I have been reading Bramhall’s World since 2005. I still subscribe to the Daily News and actually read a print paper every day. I have never seen anything this distasteful from The News before. Whether you agree or disagree, like or dislike Trump — have a little respect for the President of the United States! Portraying him inappropriately touching Lady Justice is disgusting. I personally can’t stand Trump, but you went too far! I get your message, just think you could have found another way to draw it. Very disappointed in you, Bramhall. And very disappointed in the Daily News. I will not be renewing my subscription. Lisa Bergamo

Troubling subject matter

Danbury, Conn.: To Voicer Vera Badamo: When you responded to the clever Bramhall cartoon on Sunday by saying it was “depraved, disgusting, obscene, lewd, repulsive, sickening, shocking and foul,” I thought you were speaking about President Trump. Richard Glehan

Drawn to truth

Flushing: In reference to Bramhall’s cartoon, some readers found it disturbing. Well, sometimes the truth is just that. I find it peculiar that that bothers them, but what’s going on in our country and Washington does not. Now that’s disturbing! Joseph Gross

A different bad Bramhall

Paramaus, N.J.: Brahmall, regarding your filthy “cartoon” on Sept. 26: line crossed. Johnny Farina

Colin’s feats

Huntington, L.I.: Voicer Sherri Rosen: I can answer your request to name anything Colin Kaepernick has done to promote social justice. Kapernick donated $1 million (2017) to various community charities, donated his time to speak to young people to hopefully inspire and validate them, and has used his media platform to assist in raising money for hurricane victims. Lynn Anderson

Audition support

Belle Harbor: Let me be the first to vote for Voicer Allan Canino over the unreadable racist hack Carron J. Phillips. He could not possibly be worse — and his letter shows he has both the insight and writing skills to be far superior and greatly improve your sports section. Show some courage and give him a shot. Bobby Nelsen

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Another vote

Staten Island: To Voicer Allan Canino: I’m officially a fan already! Good luck! Janet Baker

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Another voice

Howard Beach: To Voicer Edward Jurewicz, I’ll do you one better: Joe Buck. Jairo Baez

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