Reader takes opposing view of Area “G” candidate

So Mr. Isherwood is all Lady Gaga over Angelique Wood in Area "G"

To the Editor:

So Mr. Isherwood is all Lady Gaga over Angelique Wood. I don’t think I could find anyone else I would rather have support her. His numerous letters to the editor, while showing a good understanding of English, are mostly blather.

Myself, I did some research on this “Blonde Goddess (Isherwoods words)” to try to find out what she was really like. Most people say she intentionally presents herself very well. However after a short period of time she becomes very difficult to deal with, unless of course, she is in charge and nobody challenges her.

She has never been to a RDOS meeting to my knowledge. Does this sound like a person who can bring people together? I sincerely doubt it. All I will say to Mr. Isherwood is to watch out what you wish for, as the Goddess maybe the Devil in disguise.

 

Don Armstrong, Hedley

 

 

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