DEBATE: One more word

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Lee Gibson says he is shocked to hear what happened to Cecil Kelly. I imagine he feels the same about the bombs and murder of 11 Jewish people. I’m not buying it. Trump’s big mouth caused all of this, even a 10-year-old could figure that out. I think Gibson finally figured out that his hero (Trump) is a lying phony and doesn’t want to admit it. He also says he likes a good debate. I guess calling names and making fun of people who were exposed to Agent Orange is his idea of a debate.

The Coeur d’Alene Press should have put Michael Quinn’s letter in the daily Ghastly Groaner. It sure made me laugh. What kind of damn fool thinks that a few unarmed men, women and children a thousand miles away on foot is more dangerous than those Trumpers who send bombs and shoot up people because of their religion? Talk about a major distraction; 5,000-plus troops to the border will do it. ISIS doesn’t need to send people to America to kill and preach hate and fear when they have Trump and some of his people to do it for them.

Also, the stock market is now in the red for the year. Thank you, Donald. Maybe people can use all that money from the tax cuts to make up for their 401K losses.

DANIEL ‘Old Faithful’ GRESSLER

Rathdrum

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