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How does your kneecap taste?

Dear Editor:

Concerning Ms. Truden’s statements in The Aspen Times (Sept. 30): “From the start, this has been a petty, partisan attack on our office,” Truden said Thursday. “We’re going to look forward to informing people of the truth and the opportunity for them to understand what we’ve really been doing.”

What is it you are waiting for? When do you plan to unveil this view of your office that will change everyone’s perspective? Why are you “going to look forward” to it? Are you not looking forward to it now?

When someone is being fired upon, they fire back ” unless they have no ammunition. I don’t think anyone could say it is a petty attack, even if they don’t believe in the recall effort. It’s an attack of great magnitude and should be taken very seriously by someone in your position. I see now why you do your best to avoid the press and to not make any statements. Because every time you open your mouth about it, your foot goes in deeper and deeper. How does kneecap taste, anyhow?

The people have spoken. Now, let’s hear them roar! Can you say, bye-bye?

Daniel MacEncletus

Glenwood Springs


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