WEB EXTRA: Come on silent majority, get out and vote

Dear editor,

Go to your drawer, take out the scissors and cut this out as a reminder to put on your calendar.

Dear editor,

Go to your drawer, take out the scissors and cut this out as a reminder to put on your calendar.

You have the opportunity to put an end to the nonsense, waste and lack of common sense.

Its called municipal elections and it’s Nov. 19.

As the silent majority, you can exercise your right to free thought and vote for those who will bring a return to the necessary austerity, good judgment and ethical and moral reason we lack when it comes to thinking with your head instead of your heart.

This overabundance of emotional and rhetorical thought, when it comes to responsibility, has got to end.

Remember — if you get off your laurels, you will feel a lot better!

J.F.  Logan,

Courtenay

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