A short time ago, a writer opined that only those with a “D” after their name care about clean air and clean water. The First Amendment guarantees the right to express their opinion freely.
The inference expressed is that those with an “R” after their name do not care about insuring clean air and clean water for themselves and all people of the world regardless of their political affiliation. Clean air and water transcend political boundaries.
Meaningful dialogue resulting in positive solutions to these problems must cross all barriers which we are so quick to establish. Clean air and clean water are too important to get lost in partisan politics.
Ted Skinner, Pasco