Letter: He tells letter writer to do some detective work firstTO THE EDITOR: Ron, in order to win an argument, you have to bring counter information backed by actual circumstantial evidence that clearly shows that Mr. Cole’s sources are false.
By: Sanjeev Dhawan, Ellsworth, Pierce County Herald
TO THE EDITOR: Ron, in order to win an argument, you have to bring counter information backed by actual circumstantial evidence that clearly shows that Mr. Cole’s sources are false.
For example, he is the first president to cram healthcare down people’s throat. Is that false or true? It is true. We know that because congress passed that legislation which Obummer signed into law.
Instead, you declare Mr. Cole’s source a sham and then regurgitate your usual socialist swill.
Let’s take another example. In a letter to the editor, I said “A fat wallet buys a home in Oak Grove.” We all know that Oak Grove consists of high value homes. However, you claim that you drive older cars to make it appear that you are a poor Democrat. But what does the circumstantial evidence point to?
Looking at the land and tax information on the Pierce County website, I can see that your home is worth $311,100.00 in a recession and your yearly net property tax is $5,569.69 on the 8.66 acres. You also own an additional 120 acres. Taxes on those acres are a pittance because you have placed the wooded portion under the DNR conservation program. Kinda like Rommeny’s Cayman Island account to avoid paying astronomical taxes.
Looking further, I see that you are 65-years-old and your wife about 60-years-old. So both of you may be retired. But you can still pay that astronomical property tax, assuming you have paid off the mortgage. This is all from public records. So much for my theory.
The circumstantial evidence indicates to me that you have a fat wallet and you have money tied up in land. You may have chosen not to buy new cars.
To debunk Mr. Cole, please first do some detective work.