To The Daily Sun,
I wonder if more people would be writing letters to the editor if they didn't have to fear someone responding to them with personal attacks.
I wrote a letter last week stating that I was impressed with what I saw about the Trump family. In response, one of the frequent writers called me naïve. I've never personally attacked or criticized any of the writers to this paper. If someone wants to express an opposing opinion, that's okay. Calling someone you don't know, naïve, is not. I doubt this person knows very little about my age, educational or military background, my political or business background or anything else about me.
The display of jealousy and envy by certain people who write to this paper is quite evident. Also, this person who "critiqued" me, proved a point that other writers have made, and that is when people of a certain political belief can't back up their statements with facts, they resort to name-calling.
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