Pro­test­ers left a bad taste

The Daily Herald - - OPINION -

We came from Belling­ham last week to at­tend the won­der­ful Trunp rally. We waited in line, for over two hours. It seemed like about 30 min­utes be­cause of the like-minded, fun peo­ple who were in line with us. Sev­eral of us thought we should go out for a late din­ner some­where in Ev­erett (prob­a­bly over 20 peo­ple.) About that time, we ran into many of the foul-mouthed Trump haters. We were also in­formed that it had been or­ga­nized by the mayor of Ev­erett, which we found de­spi­ca­ble.

In no way were any of us in­ter­ested in spend­ing any money in “his city.” My sig­nif­i­cant other (Mike) and I travel of­ten be­tween Belling­ham and Kirk­land (homes in both places). We have of­ten won­dered what Ev­erett is like now. It ap­pears to be a nice city with lots of ameni­ties. How­ever, I can as­sure you that none of our money or, any of the peo­ple in line, have the slight­est bit of in­ter­est in spend­ing our hard-earned money in Ev­erett. El­iz­a­beth Gail Penn


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