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LET Sounds like sour grapes

The Richard Nicely column that appeared on Nov. 9 made no sense, and I cannot believe the P-B allows him a monthly column.

He said "Bill Kuisle lost because nobody took his opponent seriously enough." He also went on to insinuate that having a full-time job is what lost Kuisle the election. Sounds like sour grapes, and the rambler continued on to spew more bile. He even linked medical students to Osama bin Laden and called them along with others on his list arrogant for trying to influence the election.

Maybe Nicely should take his own advice and stick to his own area of expertise, whatever that might be, and stay out of the press room.

Susan; McFarland

Rochester;

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