A problem with Mr. Manning’s column
When I read Mr. Manning’s remarks pertaining to Mitch McConnell saying “African American voters are voting in just as high a percentage as Americans,” I was not surprised when Mr. McConnell clarified his words later to “ALL” Americans.
That is because I had already added the word “MOST” in my own mind upon reading it. The reason I do this when I read something potentially libelous is because I find it divisive and counterproductive to always assume that someone is being mean intentionally even when it makes a point for me.
That is a problem I often find myself having with “MOST” but not “ALL” of Mr. Manning’s articles.
– Dr. Gary Winters,
a retired veterinarian