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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cosby’s divisive drivel

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Bill Cosby's remarks that those who oppose President Obama are racists is fiction akin to his monologue material over the years ("Bill Cosby says those who oppose Obama are racist," Web, Monday). Mr. Cosby has apparently dribbled away some of his noggin to rant this untruth.

Mr. Cosby should understand Americans have a right to disagree with our president without being denigrated by anyone.

My opposition to Mr. Obama is a result of his failure to tell the truth, his practice of running up a staggering national debt while ignoring our other elected bodies, and his insistence on campaigning rather than leading our great nation. My feelings have nothing to do with race. That's the reality.


Spokane Valley, Wash.

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