Once again the council and residents of Comox are dealing with a contentious issue.
There seems to be a controversy as to whether or not to have a car-free Sunday in Comox. Some people are very much against it.
I am wondering if these very same people were the ones who were opposed to drive-thrus a short while ago. Or are the ones for a car-free event the ones who were in favour of allowing automobile access to services?
If you advocated a car-free drive thru, would they explode?
Currently there’s a time-consuming debate as to whether or not there should be election signs allowed and where.
Contrast this preoccupation to worldwide concerns to such things as terrorism, dictatorial regime changes, financial collapse of global economies, war and numerous other challenges and our “issues” are rather silly.
I am quite positive that millions worldwide would love to be so safe and secure to be able to bitch only about the HST or the price of gas. They should be so lucky.
However, having said that, I would support a previous letter writer’s answer to his own question of “What’s next — a walking backwards Wednesday?”
That would be awesome!