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Reader Opinion: Hold your ground

It was heartening to read a letter about the dangers of hating and what happened to the Jewish people under Hitler's leadership. I then started thinking about kids and how abusive others can be and how abusers often find other ways to hurt their ...

It was heartening to read a letter about the dangers of hating and what happened to the Jewish people under Hitler's leadership. I then started thinking about kids and how abusive others can be and how abusers often find other ways to hurt their target, often putting children in the middle. Then I think about this man people are supporting and having to listen to him daily on the national news demean women, mock those that may have what he perceives as a disability. A man or anyone or who spreads hate is a bully, he cares nothing about anything else but winning and will step on anyone to do it. His history proves that. My writings may seem redundant but I want kids or others to know that there are those who will hold their ground against those who bully and abuse, even if one of the bullies is running for president of our country.

Deb Halsted

Brainerd

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