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Don’t mind his personal life

Recently on Fox News (Aug. 24) the cartoonist who writes “Dilbert,” Scott Adams, stated he views President Donald Trump like his plumber.

“I don’t care about my plumber’s personal life or how he runs his business as long as he fixes my toilet (or in the case of my President, advances my agenda)!”

So one would think that Scott would also not care about a priest’s personal life as long as he agrees with the Sunday message. Or about the conduct of one’s staff as long as he wins football games. Or of a police officer who takes bribes as long as he arrests the illegal immigrant. Or if one gambles in his sport as long as he can hit 3,000 times. Or if our president has sex with an intern …

Is this what this country has come too? I hope not!

Steve Corker



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