I need to set the record straight. In my previous letter [Boycott shows greater arrogance, Dec. 13 Letters, Langley Advance] I absolutely did not say that Fort Langley residents were not smart enough to understand a petition for development. J. Cook's assertion [Fort residents not all stupid, Jan. 3 Letters, Advance] that I did is plain, flat-out wrong. I strenuously object to this falsehood.
Strangely enough though, J. Cook and I agree in that we both don't support boycotting a business over the issue in question. That was actually the point of my letter and my reason for writing it in the first place.
It appears to me that almost anyone who dares to disagree with the minority of Fort Langley residents who signed the anti Coulter Berry petition is subject to personal attacks, and said attacks sadly misrepresent the facts.
John Cameron, Langley