Letter: Men should be held equally accountable

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In response to "Pregnant? Keep the child if possible."

EZ Solution: When you support a bold-faced liar for president, when you get five bold-faced liars on the Supreme Court, when you get Christian women who are not Christian, who only think about themselves and no other person's predicament — this is what you get — government controlling/owning women's bodies in the United States.

What next? Think Taliban or Sharia Law. 

Let's then also have our government castrate men who rape — including men who rape their wives. 

Judy Severson, Byron

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