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Letter: Let your voice be heard

It is noteworthy that with a population of more than 318 million people, in the most powerful country in the world, that we must choose between a woman who appears to support the status quo (which is not great) and a madman.

Please note that once you alter nature by building on it (a dam, a building, etc.), then the world we live in is never the same. Leave it alone! Flowers grow, rivers flow.

Fritz Benedict was a good person. He would be appalled by the energy that has been spent arguing over a trail instead of devoting that time and money to caring for each other. Let us all be conscious about our impact on the world. Please get out and vote!



John McCormick

Aspen


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