NORTHAM: Moral vs. political

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It appears that Gov. Northam of Virginia has a problem. While the medical school yearbook photo has caused an understandable racist uproar, a much larger issue is the controversy between life and death.

Gov. Northam, Gov. Cuomo of New York and the liberal left continue to do everything in their power to politicize this moral issue. They call abortion choice. It is time they come out of the denial swamp, get honest with themselves and admit abortion is a moral issue, correctly called MURDER (infanticide, killing babies).

There is only one way to divest one’s self of the guilt related to abortion that is by embracing and practicing the TRUTH. “The truth will set you free.” John 8:32

RON VIESELMEYER

Coeur d’Alene

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