Letter: More is needed on ‘fire and fury’ letter

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks in favor of a resolution, Friday, Dec. 22, 2017, at United Nations headquarters. The Security Council is voting on proposed new sanctions against North Korea, including sharply lower limits on its refined oil imports, the return home of all North Koreans working overseas within 12 months, and a crackdown on the country’s shipping. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Regarding the recent letter to the editor in Amarillo Globe-News by Rusty Tomlinson (Letter: ‘Fire and fury’ not an option, Dec. 4, amarillo.com), I am not going to try to tell AGN, of all entities, just what Mr. Tomlinson said in his letter.


If the things Mr. Tomlinson said are even half-truths, then we need to hear from someone of authority as to why we cannot — at the least — work with China, Russia and North Korea in solving this matter.

I know when something sounds too good to be true it usually means it is too good to be true, but I feel strongly that U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Clarendon, should say more about this.

If AGN can get another side to this story/letter, please print it.


Mark Clapp