I am writing in reference to Furman Joye’s letter, “Relax, Sanford’s proposal just that – proposal.” Joye said we shouldn’t make rude and crude remarks. He’s right. We shouldn’t make personal attacks on a person’s character.
However, I don’t think we should write condescending letters either. When Joye wrote “Relax, Little Red Hen, the sky is not falling,” he was writing to adults as if they were children.
Sanford’s proposal is simply a proposal. I think most of us get that.