Letter: Shout out to all for joining the dialogue

Posted 8/7/20

How refreshing to see the open dialogue on the Opinion pages of the Bristol Phoenix. People freely speaking their mind, something we too often take for granted in this country

Whether it is …

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Letter: Shout out to all for joining the dialogue

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How refreshing to see the open dialogue on the Opinion pages of the Bristol Phoenix. People freely speaking their mind, something we too often take for granted in this country

Whether it is hateful and negative or uplifting and positive, every citizen of this town and country has the right to express their opinion and the Bristol Phoenix has the right to publish, or not, said opinions.

So please continue to offer up your thoughts, concerns and opinions, but show some respect before casting your verbal stones, regardless of your Constitutional rights. That’s one way of showing respect to all those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect your rights.

Paul J. Salesi
Senior Chief, USN (Ret.)
Bristol

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