Marzullo’s letter showed humanism

FI-Letter-to-the-EditorEditor’s note: This was written for Nov. 21 and had to be held for space concerns.

To the Editor

Selectman Drew Marzullo showed real style through his letter thanking supporters. It was real class while showing genuine, old-fashioned recognition.

Class is rare in today’s political world. I know that few today have any concern for those they use to make office! So will the class Drew has, which is a great quality, rub off on others? As a medic, Marzullo cares. So I’d like to see it spreading into more than his position through town, state and country.

I call care and concern what it should be, humanism. Now I see spreading happening and I hope Drew’s care rubs off. Politicians should have concern, knowing all deserve to give credit where it is due. Marzullo recognizes his supporters and shows humanism.

Humanism is the key to getting our country on the right track. Humanism is why I ran in 2013. Humanism is why I sent this letter and started my last letter with two WWII pilots who, though enemies, were able as “honorable men” to deal with horrid situations. The caliber of people shows in their handling of bad situations.

Drew knows bad situations and discomfort. Medics and soldiers know the bad sides of existence. Some medics and soldiers know discomfort, another reason to hope Marzullo’s style grows and spreads.

I know discomfort. I had discomfort in running, but ran for good reasons like revenue producers and security ideas.

I sent my last letter because when an individual takes the proper constructional channels to run for office, proper coverage and discourse should be given. I will continue to complain about the lack of discourse and coverage. This ex-candidate’s issues are humanistic for the concern of the well-being and care of all like medics who are in community operations.

I feel constitutionally, proper coverage and response from opponents on issue should be given, especially when these reasonable issues, will cost little and help in the world’s ever growing problems. I hope our community takes care in operations, as Drew shows in his letter. And I will hopefully put care over discomfort in pursuing programs that help society.

I feel that most politicians are questionable, but not Drew. But kid, return your phone calls.


Jim C. Reilly

The author was an independent candidate for first selectman in Greenwich.

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