Letter to the Editor: My wife and I were visiting your delightful town of Chester when we stopped for a fine meal at Howlett’s...
Letter to the Editor:
My wife and I were visiting your delightful town of Chester when we stopped for a fine meal at Howlett’s Restaurant and Tavern.
We happened to pick up a copy of your Village News of Oct 19.  We practically fell out of chairs in laughter reading the clever Your Life article on page 5.  It is a perfect parody of the Hillary Clinton campaign narrative: when you cannot address the issues in your campaign, just direct the attention to superficial and creative ad hominem attacks on your opponent.
The writer did a credible job of following the campaign narrative of not addressing any of the issues which matter to the future of the republic: the economy, domestic and international terrorism, freedom of religion and sanctity of life, protecting domestic industry and jobs, improving education for jobs of the future, respect for law and order, including laws on immigration, protecting national security information, and influence peddling by public officials, just to name a few issues.
Thank you for the immense entertainment while we were waiting for our order.  You can be assured we will read your newspaper when we return to your town.
You can also be assured we will vote intelligently and more confidently now.
Lawrence Cogut