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What a tremendous talent it must be to be able to know, without knowing me, what movements I give to. Kat from Pequot tells us that I and others who don't trust the Obama administration's PC vetting of refugees are the same as those who give to m...

What a tremendous talent it must be to be able to know, without knowing me, what movements I give to. Kat from Pequot tells us that I and others who don't trust the Obama administration's PC vetting of refugees are the same as those who give to movements like World Vision and Save the Children. It's funny to Kat. "This is very true," we are told. Where's the humor, Kat? What Kat thinks is funny is either a swag or an outright lie. For the record and for Kat's amusement, it can be noted that I do donate regularly to Saint Jude's Children's Hospital, the Shiners' Hospital, and to the lifesaving efforts of Birthright (The lovely Brainerd Birthright ladies actually do save innocent children's lives.) Also, for the record, I don't drink bottled water.

Love to many.

Stephen A. Busch

Woodbury

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