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Letter to the editor by Wendy Binnie

A reader complained about an article of mine. I will give him the courtesy of not mentioning his name (something he did not extend to me.) The passages in question were quotes from an article in U.S. News and World Report. Why insult Barney Frank, who was not guilty as accused, by saying he was a key figure in the ruination of the banking and housing industries? And by the way, the passage was a quote from a column written by the late Pulitzer-prize winner David S. Broder.

People are so eager to jump and criticize these days they don't bother to read correctly so I was accused of doing something I didn't do. Apology accepted.

Wendy Binnie