Moral cowardice |

Moral cowardice

Regarding Daniel Pagni’s recent letter in the paper: He hasn’t the wit for rational debate, so he resorts to schoolyard bullying to try and silence me.

He attempts to pass himself off as a representative of some shadowy group which takes revenge against people who express views with which he disagrees. I note his moral cowardice.

As for Bailey-Gates, instead of wasting time with sophomoric personal insults, why don’t you see if you can find the courage to state your beliefs on the Entrance to Aspen question.

Richard Gordon


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