Such arrogance in face of tragedy

Snidely Whiplash and his henchman, Homer, are alive and well! Who knew they lived in the Pacific Northwest!

Friday morning’s paper already has reactions to the “Hard bargain after slide” article in which Daily Herald reporters Scott North and Eric Stevick did a thorough job researching the repellent behavior of two “businessmen.” Talk about monumental greed and arrogance in the face of great tragedy.

I would like to know if these savvy businessmen own businesses here or elsewhere because I will definitely not spend my money to keep that pricey sports car in gas!

Tamara Pidgeon


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