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Letter: Mulcahy’s victory espouses freedom

Mulcahy’s victory espouses freedom

I must congratulate Lee Mulcahy on his triumph at the front doors of the Colorado Supreme Court over his metaphor English usage versus the Aspen Institute’s muddled thinking.

With his victory there is now an American Bastille Day to commemorate the French Revolution, as the peasants stormed the American Bastille Tower with their pitchforks to overthrow the shackles of oppression.

English literary symbolism, academic freedom, history, free speech, Western Civilization, the U.S. Constitution and reality won as Mulcahy stood up to the Aspen Institute’s fallacious reasoning.

No more Kafka-esque close encounters of the peculiar kind from the think tank one hopes, although it’s in Aspen.

I betcha Carl Jung watched this state of affairs saying, “You’ve got to be kidding!”

Congratulations, Lee Mulcahy!

Enough said!

Best wishes,

Emzy Veazy III, Esq.


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