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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bettie Gamble
An eclectic bunch of Washington-area locales, for wildly different reasons, have either a glut of men or a disproportionate number of women, according to a Washington Times analysis of newly released census data. The differences represent a basic dynamic affecting every facet of life for those seeking to date, those raising families and those trying to live out their days in comfort.
"Years ago, we wouldn't have done that. But you can lose your pension. The men die young," Ms. Gamble adds.
"I have had three wonderful marriages. The first had cancer, the second had heart problems, and the last had emphysema," says Mrs. Gamble, 85.