Sun football: Attacking the critic

After having read Ray Wynsouw’s letter (Former Player Chastised for Public Criticism, March 23 Capital News) a couple of times, the words attributed to Abraham Lincoln seemed appropriate: “It is better to be thought a fool, and remain silent, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.”

To the editor:

After having read Ray Wynsouw’s letter (Former Player Chastised for Public Criticism, March 23 Capital News) a couple of times, the words attributed to Abraham Lincoln seemed appropriate: “It is better to be thought a fool, and remain silent, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.”

I’m curious to see if the other members of the board will take turns using their lofty positions to launch personal attacks on a former player, who only spoke his mind, based on his personal experience and feelings.

“What have you done for us lately?”

Chuck Liebrock,

Kelowna

 

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