Letter: ‘Blotch on honourable publication’

We certainly don’t need columnist's help in telling us what we should think and who we should vote for.

To the editor:

Kettle calling pan black or what?

Who among us would agree with and enjoy listening to Trump’s vile locker room bragging? I don’t know anyone who would, except hormonally charge adolescent boys perhaps. But we certainly don’t need Kathy Michaels’ help in telling us what we should think and who we should vote for. (American Election should be Viewed as a Warning to Canadians, Nov. 11 Kelowna Capital News.)

Her column in this week’s Capital News was an adolescent blotch on what was otherwise a serious and very honourable publication.

Perhaps you should redirect such material to the university rag from now on, where there might be some who would appreciate it.

Alan Slater, Kelowna

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