POLITICS: Signs of concern

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Lt. Gov. Brad Little gave his view of Idaho IF he becomes governor of Idaho to the Coeur d’Alene Press. In an earlier forum this year, he said if governor he would prosecute doctors and women who choose pro-choice for themselves. He would sign the bill if it came to his desk. Sen. Bob Nonini said the threat of prosecution could drastically reduce abortion.

Really? Then women can go back to knitting needles, wire clothes hangers and other home remedies.

Rep. Jan McGeachin said she believes women should be killed for having an abortion. Why is it that they never talk about the men who impregnate a woman? How about castration?

Now we have a candidate, Russ Fulcher, in his interview with the Coeur d’Alene Press that his consummation will be with his middle finger extended. We have enough vulgarity in politics and abuse of power. I urge all who are offended to vote outside your party. I will.

JUNE PAXTON

Coeur d’Alene

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