Re: “No violence in state Senate, and voters likely unperturbed” (Peter Callaghan column, 1-15).
Callaghan’s column about the Senate Democrats who have thwarted the will of voters was an aberration from his usually fine work. He claims that many voters “voted for the winning (candidate) because they like him or her.”
If a person’s vote were simply for swell men and women, then kindly Democrats in Okanogan County and genial Republicans in Seattle would get elected. But that’s not the case, and Callaghan knows it.
Callaghan has spilled barrels of ink onto the pages of The News Tribune …