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Respect for the president

Let’s call a person what his name really is. I don’t like being called names, so why does The Union allow people call our President names? I was raised if you called people names, you’d better be ready to back it up, but that was 35 years ago. I would never want to be in George’s (yes George W. Bush) shoes. The quest to call him the worst names is done. He was re-elected by the biggest margin ever and deserves the respect any other president has had and some.

Adam Fitting

Grass Valley

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