Have respect for all as we rebuild after pandemic

It is going to be interesting to see how the next presidential election plays out and see who wins. It will also be interesting to see how the economies of the world’s countries rebound after the virus is under control. With the new trade agreements that the United States is forming, I hope we come out of this mess in a good position.

All countries have been affected negatively by the virus, but hopefully the United States will come out of this mess all right. One of the golden rules for people to remember is it is always better to get along with each other then to try to dominate situations or steal from other people.

We have a terrible problem with people from all countries trying to dominate in other countries. It is always better to deal with people who respect other peoples’ homelands and beliefs.

We can all try to let other people build their countries to be strong and we can do the same for ours.

David Worth Goss

Everett

Talk to us

More in Opinion

Editorial cartoons for Friday, Sept. 18

A sketchy look at the news of the day.

Editorial: With McCarthy, Auditor’s Office now able watchdog

Pat McCarthy has restored morale and overseen efforts that provide greater access to audit findings.

A Boeing Co. 737 Max 9 jetliner is shown, parked at the company’s manufacturing facility in Renton, in March 2017. (David Ryder / Bloomberg).
Comment: 737 Max crisis a debacle, but it won’t be Boeing’s end

Even as it’s commercial jet lines have struggled, its military work should carry it through turbulence.

Comment: Homebuilders need help to meet housing demand

All levels of government need to ease restrictions, build public housing and provide incentives to builders.

Most Read