Per ushe . . . A letter from a newspaper reader is completely out of touch with political reality and the world as we know it . . .
Somebody's grandma wrote this and the newspaper saw fit to publish it and make this poor woman's life a living hell for the next few days . . .
"Our politics are moderate and tolerant, with many offices elected on a nonpartisan basis. Potential new arrivals are turned off by polarization. But there are those who would torch the welcome mat.
"They want to sabotage public education, chop justified public spending, slash support for cultural amenities and, perhaps most damaging, do all they can to fan partisan rancor. They fear the future. Don’t let them destroy our shot at 21st century success."
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OPINION AND COMMENTARY Johnson County is poised for a breakthrough future. New technology that was accelerated and proven by the pandemic allows many people to live and work anywhere. Why sign up elsewhere for a multimillion-dollar mortgage on a house that can be had here for six figures?
A worthwhile retort from our JOCO SOB friend . . .
Holy crap! Back to back days of crying from progressives to a progressive media outlet about people not backing their political beliefs. The piece is called JOCO moderation , but seriously, I mean come on, read the last paragraph and tell me that those are the words of a moderate.
You decide . . .