Glad for response So proud that there was a published response to “Super Dad” appearing in your May 27 edition. The response from John Salanitro was spot on. He should be asked to write guest …
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Glad for response
So proud that there was a published response to “Super Dad” appearing in your May 27 edition. The response from John Salanitro was spot on. He should be asked to write guest columns. I feel there are many taxpaying citizens who want to voice their opinions but are too afraid because of retaliation. Fear of speaking their mind and heart after careful searching of one’s soul and conscience. Fear of being labeled/ categorized. As the saying goes: “If you stand for nothing, you will fall for anything.” In our current culture, my fear is that we are drifting away from the societal morals “trusts” that keep America protected as a civilized free nation.
Here is a simple truth I remember from driver’s education back in public school as a 15-year-old. The instructor taught that your driver’s license is a societal trust. Drivers are trusting that you will follow traffic safety requirements, just as you are expecting others to do the same for you and your loved ones. Let’s pray that America stays strong to its Constitution so that we may continue to be the free nation that reflects the best in humanity not the worst.
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