In his Wednesday letter to the editor, Bill Clements chided the Review-Journal for not presenting “both” sides of the story in a recent editorial, “Pricing out the working class.” Mr. Clements is correct: There are always two sides to every story. But Mr. Clements also left out a few details.
California has only rich and poor residents. The middle class has been pushed out. Housing costs are off the charts, taxes are burdensome and people are moving out daily. Also, the state is nearly bankrupt due to the enormous influx of illegals.
Yes, Mr. Clements, there are two sides to every story.