ATTACK: Shallow words fall short

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As I read CR Becker’s (Nov. 3) attack on Barb Crumpacker, I wondered if she deserves to be put in her place and does CR have the right to do so. He (I assume a he) confirms that Trump is a rotten president, but his rotten deeds should be kept secret. One must laugh as he shames Barbara for watching NBC and being exposed to the truth.

CR continues to advise her on how she can accept Trump’s character by praying, being patient, judging not and forgiving. As he tries to manipulate this “little woman” he demeans her because she has an opinion and then presumes to tell her what she stands for. Male control of the female person dies hard.

I chuckle over his standard “abortion” comment. What right does a person have, who can impregnate a woman — often by force — and walk away with no responsibility for the child, to order that woman to give birth? Only females should be the decider of that fate.

JANET CALLEN

Coeur d’Alene

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