Do not like untrue words being placed in my mouth

Published 1:09 pm Tuesday, April 6, 2010

To the Editor:

Upon reading Patsy Bakers letter in the March 27th TDB,&bsp; I am stunned. I would like to say that I have never met her or talked with her, and object to her inference that I am gullible, and was deceived. She assumes she is free to speak for me, and I have no idea how she comes to that conclusion. Did she call me?&bsp; No. Did she write to me and ask permission to reference me in this way? No again. I can see that she is not happy about her neighbors planned grotto, and I object to her twisting my opinion around.&bsp; I tried to look her up in the phone book and couldnt find her number. So, since she thinks that it is ok to presume what someone is thinking, when she has never even spoken to them, and then publish it in the local newspaper, I would think that she may have other unreliable statements in her letter. I wrote this letter to inform people who do know me, and might misled about me from her letter. If you want to write about my opinion, please call me first and ask me. Credibility is built around getting the facts straight and I do not like untrue words being placed in my mouth.

Janet Sciacca

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