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Kudos on Carson article

I was privileged to attend the fundraiser for Life Services Sept. 26 at the INB Performing Arts Center, in which Dr. Ben Carson delivered an outstanding lecture on the ills of our country along with doable solutions. Forty-five minutes of truth, introspection and humor convinced me that this guy is the real deal.

Anyhow, as I stood with the rest of the crowd to deliver a standing ovation, I remarked to the gentleman at my side, “Betcha an in-depth article on this evening doesn’t make the morning news. This was something that folks needed to hear.”

Well, I was wrong. Dead wrong. Kudos to The Spokesman-Review. Good article and well-done.

By the way, if you’ve never tasted crow, it’s true, it doesn’t taste good all.

Al Robinson

Mead


 

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