No more MAGA rant letters, Day readers deserve better
I am truly curious about the decisions to print letters such as Steve Partridge's, “‘Time to go Joe failing the country,” (Sept. 7), in The Day. It was the basic MAGA rant of name calling, mocking, and angrily thrashing around for a point that one sees every day on social media (and can block.)
The Day's readers deserve higher standards for letters selected for print. They should be better than juvenile Twitter screeds and at least offer an argument or viewpoint based on fact and written with some thought.
I am stumped. What purpose did that letter serve?
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