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Parker analogy shallow

Does nationally syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker (Aug. 25) seriously expect us to consider her analogy of the president’s remarks about Trayvon Martin and his own experiences as a black man and her experiences of being viewed with suspicion in a boutique in Georgetown?

With such shallow reasoning by a writer presented in The Washington Post (and The Spokesman-Review), it is no wonder that the words and actions of the far right are becoming more delusional by the day.

Doug Robertson

Moses Lake



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