Letters to the Editor
Stunned and Irredeemable
I’m stunned… and so is an insignificant handful of fellow irredeemable voters.
Give it a couple weeks and stout-hearted Republicans will eventually accept the mostly-legal ballot results.
I think it’s uncertain whether deplorable conservatives will reconcile, forgive, join hands, sing Kumbaya and fully cooperate with the new administration, like the democrats did when Trump was elected in 2016.
Ann Brode’s writing is thoughtful, inspiring, and personal. She tackles issues with a clear eye, honesty and compassion. She makes me think. She encourages readers to explore the unknown and revisit the past in new ways…
Thank you for carrying her column, and I hope you will expand her work.
Thank you, Ann, for so eloquently sharing Sage’s wonderful journey walking The Camino.
It’s an inspiration to all, but especially to those of us who are “seniors” in body, but not mind.
Sage’s will to fulfill a dream is wonderful example of spirit.
Keep Printing Differing Views
As an American who believes in free speech and freedom of the press, I am very upset over the election interference and censorship by big tech toward conservatives or people who not believe the way they do. This is not what America is all about.
Going forward, I would like to thank the Montecito Journal for allowing people with differing views to express themselves via letters or articles. Our country is a diverse nation with many views. By doing so, its helps people to understand how people think. At least that is how I feel.
Bravo, keep up the good work.