Letters to the Editor
September 24, 2013 3:34PM
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Updated: October 26, 2013 6:08AM
Editor’s note: Russell Beal’s letter on fluoridation (Your Views, Sept. 22) provoked several replies.
Mr. Beal has not only compared but has equated the use of chlorine to the use of sarin gas.
The only thing they have in common is they are both chemicals.
Please Mr. Beal, quit reaching that far. We have enough real problems. Why not go for a nice walk on that bike path you mentioned.
Yes, wow and gee whiz!!
The U.S. government has put fluoride in our water. That is just like the Syrian government using sarin gas to poison its citizens.
Those white clouds overhead are not clouds but a secret substance to make Americans less likely to revolt. I bet you can find fluoride AND bits of that secret substance on those darn bike trails they insist on building.
You may laugh now but when we are all wearing United Nations uniforms and speaking Canadian you won’t think it is so funny. Those noises keep getting louder and louder. Must be those Mexican helicopters spreading that dust again.
Moving to Guam and disguising myself as a Turk may be the answer.
Russell, I just read your letter comparing Syria’s use of sarin gas to the U.S. use of chlorine in the water supply.
Do us all a big favor and stay in your bunker surrounded by your canned food and water bottles.
Then the authorities will know where you are. Are you a gun owner?