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AVB you I' Uc oF Af KII IF ll Y'I.i. TAKE. TO To FtRB UZl Thursday, Sept. 11,2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-7 49th Harvest Swap Meet Old Cars & Parts -- Antiques & Collectibles Sept. 20-21, 2014 SW WA Fairgrounds-Chehalis Saturday 8-5 Sunday 9-3 Info: 360-273-6961 www.ccvac.com $4 Sat; FREE Sun From routine maintenance service to complete overhauls, D&L has the know-how to ! treat you right. AUTOMOTIVE 2033 Olympic Highway North in Shdton 426-1467 issues to Journal Letter Policy The Journa encourages original letters to the editor of local interest. Diverse and varied opinions are welcomed. We will not pl libelous or scurrilous in letters are subject to Editor, the Journal (Editor's note: The end of this letter was omitted in the Aug. 28 430, issue. Below is the full letter.) I have done business in Shelton since July the big pharmaceutical The city should leave 2003, living in Mason corporations, psychia- it in the hands of the County, and have been a trists and psychologists, churches -- where it resident of Shelton since and friends of the city's belongs. July 2005. elite. They all made a The job of churches I object to the city's lot of money for the sup- is charity, whereas the involvement in the posed good, but it was a government's job is that homeless situation in disaster for the churches of justice. When individ- the city because by the that put up the moneyuals refuse to respond definition of justice it and served the homeless to charity provided by can only take charge meals and gave counsel a church, they should of a rebellious home- for the many varied be turned over to the less person who is on a problems the homelessgovernment for justice public sidewalk or street have. on a case-by-case basis, of the city. What goes For the homeless, it solely determined by the on within a business or was a disaster, because pastor of that specific a church in regard to they were tricked by the church. a rebellious homeless psychiatric communityWhat this community individual is up to the into taking psychotropic needs is a resounding manager of the business drugs that further com- no to an unelected city establishment or the pounded their mental administrator and his pastor of the church who problems and, in someor her "builders of in- is serving the needs of cases, caused them tofrastructure" - elected the homeless, commit suicide, or unelected -- who are If that person chooses Many of these home- nothing more than talk- to call the police to take less people had already ing heads with no power away a rebellious home- experimented with il-whatsoever. less person, he or she is legal drugs, which got We need to bring calling for justice, and them in trouble with the back an elected mayor that is the responsibil- law, and they became and elected city council ity of the city -- its only wards of the court and members who represent responsibility in this were placed on legal specific neighborhoods matter, drugs by the psychiatric without any at-large What I have observed community. This has members. in the local Shelton been a major scandal This was the form newspaper regarding across America for the of government Shelton this issue of administra- homeless as well as our had before 1943, when tive control by the city of children and youth inthe citizenry was hood- the homeless shelters is the public educational winked into putting exactly what I observed system for the past 30 a commission form of in San Jose, California, years, government into law. In during the 1980s and We don't need any Russia, they call them 1990s. more commissions to commissars, and in The results were won- study this issue of what America, they call them derful for big business .q, to do with the homeless, commissioners. Hunter Sweet Corn Zucchini, Cucumbers Yakima Peaches /~~~ ~m 1921 E. Hwy 106, Union WA 98592 (360) 898-2222 (360) 426-2222 www.hunter-farms.com Taxpayers need to have a form of represen- tative government that will serve their needs, not the elite, as is seen in all collectivist forms of government around the world (socialist, fas- cist or communist). This city is coming apart at the seams, and the taxpayers/voters need to take action now so that good order can be restored before it is too late. Thank you for your time and consideration of my commentary and proposals. Gary M. Brumbaugh Shelton Starter Arena 50'x60'x12' 1724 Cole Street Seattle / Enumclaw 360-825-7768 1-800-854-4410