OTHER times the silly language is just fine for its purpose


I take umbrage (I have always wanted to use that word) with your commentary in the March 29 Sumter Item. Consider what becomes of food that you "process". It should be clear that "process" is properly used with "election" and "political", as they both derive the same result. As for being unable to "live in poverty", tell that to the populace of Poverty, Kentucky. One could be a hero of the political process, if they were to just get those poor individuals to move to Prosperity, South Carolina (in Newberry County). I'm sure you will take this under advisement.

James Gross