This letter is in regard to Tim Eyman’s contested dismissal of a phrase he submitted for the voters guide (“Prosecutor rules against Eyman…,” The Herald, Sept. 12).
County Auditor Carolyn Weikel and Mary Senter were doing their jobs when they told Eyman that when he wrote was not going to be printed in the voters pamphlet.
In my opinion they were not telling him that he couldn’t have his con argument published. Their actions were similar to an English teacher who gives an essay back and asks that it be rewritten.
I feel what Tim Eyman did was writing con argument that was constructed with language this is socially unacceptable when writing for a government publication.
Anna Y. Pritchard