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You don't have to belittle people who happen to disagree with you

  • Published in Letters

To The Daily Sun,

I've been reading all the letters here for a long time now, and I must say, I'm really appalled at the lengths people go to in making THEIR point: calling people names — there is no reason for this. If you want to disagree with someone, just disagree, and explain your viewpoint; you don't have to belittle them, or subject them to your personal insult. Aren't we above this? Little kids and bullies do this. I thought the majority of you were adults. I'm no prude and I'll call a spade a spade when necessary but this is getting totally out of hand. Just because one disagrees with your view or one doesn't let you know if they are a male or female —SO WHAT.

Be nice people; maybe you'll be treated better too.

Judi Leavitt