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Glorified pot sales

I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised at the front page of The Spokesman-Review Northwest section on Nov. 29. A bold, black headline glorified pot sales on “green Friday.” Below the fold of that page was the story “Family’s six sons soar.” Six brothers, sons of the Glanzer family, achieved the honor of becoming Eagle Scouts. No easy feat.

I don’t know the Glanzer family, but my guess is that pot had nothing to do with these young men applying themselves to achieve the honor of Eagle Scout. Their story should have been at the top of the paper and the pot issue buried in someone’s round file.

The liberal media, liberal politicians and our Washington West Side liberals get excited anytime pot makes the headlines, no matter the consequences the citizens suffer from such garbage. I know only too well the adverse effects this glorified weed can have on family members.

George Britton

Spokane


 

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