- August 12, 2013 - 16:30
A sobering reminder to focus on the important aspects of out family lives and nature. The columnist did not dwell on the fact that the Calgary Sun letter need not be "killed" by the editor to have been buried by more civil or meritous correspondence. Freedom of speech does not enforce an obligation to publish. Nor did he make any connections between Muskrat Falls and the same aspects of nature and life enjoyed by the fine people downstream dispite reference to one beautiful Labrador crossbreed. It's not the "cowboy" bore, it's the biased editor. It is not the monetary value of bad hydro deals, it is the cost to nature and lifestyle of those that enjoy it. Inuit and Inuit-Metis know what is important to them and long ago, some say we used to put the elderly infirm off to the other side on an icepan. Let's not send common sense adrift when referring to media-induced bigotry and mercury river ruination for carbon offset credits.
- August 10, 2013 - 10:30
Well he sure is bothering you actually you do not sound much different than the idiot you talking about
- August 13, 2013 - 09:40
I agree with you SAELCOVE. That Calgary Cowboy is not worth a few column inches to Wakeham so he gives him half a page. Thick egos are inclined to get carried away a lot. Oh yeah, next week (if he shows up) I'll be described as gutless for not using my name. Suck it up Bob.