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Tue., Oct. 6
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There are two sides to every story


To The Editor:

Rest assured this is my last letter to that great pontifacator and seer PJ. As for suing me, since when did telling the truth become a lie.

I only started responding to your missives because I thought people might find the truth refreshing. In your letter previous to this one you mentioned the willfully unemployed. You left it out of this letter. Why? Did a rereading make you realize just how stupid your remark was. You didn’t answer my question if you thought the men at Alcoa losing their jobs were happy to be willfully unemployed or GM workers when their plant closed. For years you have been spewing your venom and when someone calls you on it, you pooh, pooh it and deny saying it or say you were misunderstood. Now you threaten lawsuits because someone dares to respond to the great PJ.

No I have never met you and from reading your mean spirited letters nor do I want to.

There were ony a few African Americans in Massena when I was growing up but because I elected to keep informed rather then “bury my head in the sand” I was well aware that our nation was no Norman Rockwell painting at heart.

You bad mouth every move Obama makes yet sat dumb as a stone while bushy2 killed the country. You criticize Crimea, while ignoring Bush did nothing to Georgia when Putin invaded.. Please tell us how to react to a nation with thermo nukes, carrying out a military action in their own backyard?

So sue ahead if you can’t take criticism. There are two sides to every story, your trouble is yours is the only one you want heard.

As for your other snarky remarks about liberals. Well I am one, my dad was one. And we both have honorable discharge papers from the Army for serving our country in war time. I’ll put my patriotism against any damn conservatives.

P.S. If you want the name of a good lawyer, let me know.

Robert Mcgee

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