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We say things we regret

Can anyone think of a comment one has made 11 years ago that they are sorry to have made? How about this week or yesterday, or even today?

Bill Clinton, then president of the U.S., in front of family and the people, said, “I did not have sex with that women.” Was that the truth? Hillary said to the 40 percent of the people, the Republicans, on live TV, that they are “deplorable,” etc.

I say, as in the Bible, “If you are without sin, cast the first stone.”

Lary O’Neal

Spokane


 

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