I don't understand Gene Policinski in his Guest Editorial in the November 19 edition. While he makes a good case for the 1st Amendment right of protest, he appears to equate obstructing traffic, toppling monuments, and striking a police officer with peaceful demonstrations and therefore should not be felonies. This is ridiculous.
Letters to the Editor
Unfortunately, with the rise of COVID-19 cases within our community the Cuba Chamber of Commerce has decided to cancel the annual Christmas parade. We know this comes at a time when our community is grieving for normalcy including interaction with family, friends and neighbors.
At a recent press conference President Trump announced that he now has his own cure for the coronavirus and he is making it available to the world free of charge. You may order it direct from him at the White House. When you order it you will receive a vial of his perspiration which you rub a small amount on any part of your body and you are all set. If you already have the virus you will be instantly cured and if you don’t have it you will be made instantly immune.
Since the Boy Scouts will not be helping to garner non-perishable food products for the Food Pantry in Bourbon this year, we will be accepting these products at the shop.
I am disappointed and saddened. Not mainly, however, because Donald Trump may not ultimately be president, but mainly because 70 million adult people voted for two attitudinal preborn baby killers, one of whom is also a proven liar (Biden, who lied about not discussing business with his son) and one of whom also is a violent protestor sympathizer (Harris, who bailed out violent protestors so they could do it again).