Regarding a Dec. 3 letter: Everyone who read the letters on Nov. 27, I am sure, had an opinion about the writer who went on a rant against the president, Democrats and Hollywood.
The beauty of this nation is that we are allowed to have an opinion and express it any way we choose (legally, of course).
What chaps me about the Dec. 3 letter is that the letter writer feels that when someone writes in and expresses their personal views that do not go along with his then they should be censored and not printed.
Then he goes on to state that if The Maui News does so much as print the letters, it should be replaced by another newspaper. Really?
Replaced by what kind of paper? The ones printed in socialist or communist countries that have only one opinion?
The only un-American thing I read was the Dec. 3 letter.
How dare one think he can squash someone's freedom of speech? And how dare one think he can be the one who decides what is printable and what is not?
I applaud The Maui News for being unbiased for even allowing such an un-American letter to be printed. But hey, that's just my opinion.
Barry K. Winston