Letters to the Editor

Great fair, sick literature

The Whidbey Island Fair was great family fun, a wonderful slice of home. It was a gorgeous day with horse competitions, vegetable art, chicken Olympics, kids crafts, hot dogs and ice cream.

Returning to my car I found a booklet filled with religious intolerance toward Muslims and racist hatred under the windshield. What a sad way to end the day. While I hope the person responsible is an off islander, in case you are local may I say I think there are better uses of your time.

If you want so badly to espouse Christian ideals, then spend your time volunteering! We have a lot of local organizations who would love the help. And I suspect Jesus might prefer helping folks who need it over name calling and hate speech.

Jill Yomnick

Clinton

 

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