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Letter to the Editor: Constitution is straightforward, plain English

To the editor: Gretchen Obert, in your letter to the editor on June 29, you're pretty quick to throw out the words racism and bigotry. It shows your intolerance of other people, especially when they don't agree with you. Also, if you want to know...

To the editor:

Gretchen Obert, in your letter to the editor on June 29, you're pretty quick to throw out the words racism and bigotry. It shows your intolerance of other people, especially when they don't agree with you.

Also, if you want to know what the Founding Fathers had in mind for this country and its people, read the Constitution and other important documents wrote and signed by them. It doesn't need to be interpreted by any lawyer or Denise Spellberg. It's straightforward, plain English. You also said President Trump lies to the American public on a daily basis. That would be roughly 550 lies if there was one a day. Do you have them all written down and documented? If not, it sounds like a bit of exaggeration and fear-mongering on your part.

Greg Dropik

Carlos, MN

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