Certain letter-writers have it right

My wife, Abbey, and I are full-time RVers. We are leaving your beautiful city of Sequim after three days at your county park at the Dungeness Spit. Now we’re off to Idaho.

My wife, Abbey, and I are full-time RVers. We are leaving your beautiful city of Sequim after three days at your county park at the Dungeness Spit. Now we’re off to Idaho.

We read the letters to the editor in your June 4 edition. Abbey and I agree with Gerald Stiles and Paul Hanway about the lie being told on so called “global warming.” Just this past winter we were caught in a very cold and snowy conditions in New England and the Great Lakes area — the likes of which we had never experienced before.

So if there is “global warming,” I’d like to see it! I think the president and his “scientists” are just trying to scare everyone. Why I do not know. Maybe because he “leans to the LEFT.”

In closing I just want to add that we are glad you have some people in your town who know the truth.

Bob and Abbey Bennett

Shelley, Idaho

 

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