Highly illogical

Regarding Clifton Adcock’s article titled “Power to the people” in the Nov. 17 Gazette: “Cathy Garger “¦ a former member of “¦ a group that DENIES (my emphasis) the events of Sept. 11, 2001, were the result of a terrorist attack” speaks out against nuclear power plants, citing “facts” with absolutely no basis in reality; much like Peace House Director Nathaniel Batchelder’s nonsensical rant (“Saving humanity”) in the Letters to the Editor.

More people have died in Ted Kennedy’s car than from the result of any nuclear power plant in America. How does Cathy feel about astronauts on the moon, the Trilateral Commission, a shirtless Mickey Mouse?

Why are illogical ideas of this sort afforded ink, even in the Gazette?

“Tom Furlong

Tom Furlong

This material falls under the archives category because it was imported from our previous website. It will eventually be filtered into the proper category as time allows.

Related posts



WordPress Lightbox