Letter: Reader Misunderstood Open Letter on Climate Change
To the Editor:
Doc Hall responded to my open letter on global warming with some inaccuracies. First off Doc, as a “used car salesman” what makes you think that I do not care about the environment; your first mistake. I care very much thus the reason for my first open letter. That being said, is it possible for you to write an open letter without insulting the person that you are responding to? I sure can’t remember a letter without a zinger attached.
Secondly, you stated, “However, he doesn’t think the U.S. contribution to climate change is important”. Obviously you didn’t read my letter with a clear mind. I blame the United States, China, Brazil and all other industrial nations. I sure am glad that you didn’t grade any of my papers while I attended UWSP. Doc Hall, Professor Dieterich please remember one thing: it’s “global warming” not “North America warming”. The entire world is to be held accountable.
Kevin A. Flattoff, Used Car Salesman, Stevens Point