To The Daily Sun,
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, congrats are in order for Henry Osmer. No Judicial Watch FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) needed for our dogged investigative reporter from Hill. He has uncovered a "vast right wing conspiracy" of Laconia Daily Sun letter writers.
Bob Meade has been outed as the headmaster of this "collection of parrots". Why just recently, he apparently commissioned Don Ewing to reply to Henry's letter of inquiry regarding Bob's April 16th letter. Don's letter came out in the April 23rd edition of The Sun.
And now, I have a scoop for Henry. Mr. Meade, exerting his considerable influence over the right wing letter writers, commissioned me, your humble correspondent, and Don Ewing, to respond to Dave Pollak's letter on climate change. I mean, how else to explain the letters appearing on consecutive days. And both letters mentioned Bjorn Lomborg. Coincidence? I think not.
Never mind the Trilateral Commission, The Bilderberg Group, The Rockerfeller Foundation, the One World Order or the blossoming Clinton Foundation scandal, this is really big. The Sun should jump on this before it consumes the entire Lakes Region editorial pages. Gail Ober and Michael Kitch should be given a top priority assignment to interview all the parties involved in this alleged "vast right wing letter writing conspiracy". Those would be the very folks that Henry reminds us, regarding the readers of these letters, "you all insult on a daily basis".
Gosh, I thought I was being respectful and informative with a dash of humor regarding those who take the time to read our letters. I appreciate every one of them and if I have insulted even one reader, then please accept my apology. Any sarcasm or biting wit has always been aimed at the letter writers from the left side of the political aisle. I have never tried to insult a reader and I doubt any of the conservative writers have ever colluded to do so either. That would be harmful and, dare I say, conspiratorial.
All kidding aside, I am worried about Henry Osmer. He has to ask the question: "what jobs were created by the one percent (millionaires)". Here's a question for Henry. How many poor people hired you for all the jobs you have had over your lifetime? Perhaps the next time you run into your favorite Hill neighbor, Steve Earle, you could ask him about the basic tenets of how capitalism works. I'm sure he would be glad to enlighten you. A tutorial by a favored parrot just might turn out to be a real feather in your cap. Awk, Awk.
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