After reading the ISJ recently I can see that I need to retake the logic 101 course taken nearly 60 years ago. When I took the course we solved a problem we created by figuring out a way to solve the problem. The current logic — according to the County Commission — is to solve the problem by explaining why they created the problem. Now I know exactly why my property is valued for $50,000 more than it can be sold. That new logic is sure great — the problem is now — uh — still there. But the commission’s logic makes me feel so good that I am now trying to figure out how I can legally sign the recall petition more than once.

Paul Naas,

Pocatello