RESPONSE: Take the high road

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I would encourage folks to read books, as I have done, authored by those in both political parties, and folks inside and outside the current administration, before making a decision about who to vote for in 2020.

Also, talking to others who have varying opinions on topics we hold dear can enlighten instead of divide. I have found that by sharing ideas, instead of name calling and scripture quoting, that remembering we are all in need of love and compassion, folks are way more apt to respond in a positive way to each other: a little wisdom from an old lady!

BARB CRUMPACKER

Coeur d’Alene

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