THE EDITOR, Sir:
Las May and The Gleaner are so biased in the presentation of all the things that are happening in this country, it really is not funny.
The People's National Party and its Government are guilty of so many wrongs against the Jamaican people but you and Las May chose not to mention a thing about the atrocities being perpetuated by the Government against the Jamaican people. Las May could have done a book of all these wrongs in his funnies.
But no, he is waiting on the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) to make a mistake to pounce on them. If the JLP does not say anything to be taken in the wrong light by The Gleaner, your newspaper comes up with some foolishness about trouble brewing in the JLP and talks about getting the information from reliable sources but cannot call any names.
Las May quickly pounced on this non-story and turned it into one of his funnies on Monday, February 25.
Las May, what about Portia Simpson Miller, Peter Phillips, Phillip Paulwell and Omar Davies? You can get all the funnies you want about them for a year rather than waiting around for The Gleaner to create a negative story about the JLP.
The Jamaican people are watching The Gleaner and are seeing it for what it is: a very biased newspaper.