Another rejected Letter to the Editor

On Monday, November 21, 2016 3:42 PM, Pantagraph Letters <PLetters@pantagraph.com> wrote:
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I’m sorry but your letter has not been selected for publication.
Thank you.
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Karen Hansen
Digital news editor
@pg_digital

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Here’s the letter:

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Logan County has “Gone with the Wind”!
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Logan County Zoning & County Board unanimously approved the Sugar Creek Wind One project substation. Since there were changes made from the original contract, they could have rejected this project. County government would rather add to our 19.5 trillion dollar debt by accepting this illusionary money allocated by Obama to support Climate Change lies that will not only bankrupt our community, state, & America, but bring us one step closer to One World government, so you can kiss your freedoms of property ownership goodbye!
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Did you know that a gag order was placed on the Railsplitter project so that the people who did experience health issues and problems cannot speak out about the project? Don’t believe the lies that no one is complaining about the existing project!
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A Bloomington Normal News reader reported that Relight owes millions of dollars to its employees and to the states for unpaid taxes. The company owners have been sued for criminal misconduct using company funds for their personal use. The company & owners have been sued by former employees, former shareholders, the banks & all third parties for massive amounts of unpaid money. The owners are on the run from the law!
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Trump plans to cut out funding for wind energy projects & it’s my prayer that this happens before more projects begin. For those looking at these projects, my advice is to get educated & learn the other side of the story, talk with your neighbors, & please don’t sign any contracts!!!
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Respectfully submitted,
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Donna K. Bishop
Atlanta, IL   61723-9135
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One Note:  This is the letter Donna sent to other media in Logan County.  She had to cut it to 250 characters for the Pantagraph, but since they rejected it – this is the full version.
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Comments

  1. I can understand rejecting letters for actual print because of space. However, there is no space limit online…

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  2. country bumpkin says:

    So this letter did not make the cut, but they found a way to print two anti-Trump letters today. I must say the Trump letters were more entertaining and laughable than the comic section today.

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  3. I learned more in 3nd grade from “The Weekly Reader” then I ever will from the Pantagraph!! IF wind farms were so darn profitable, they’d be building them everywhere on PRIVATE funds. Ask ANY township road commissioner where these windmills NOW exist, HOW MUCH was spent on repairing the roads by the companies that tore them up-ZILCH! STOP the madness!!

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