I find it very interesting that Gould and Braden bring up objections that have no legitimacy. Name one person who has been denied their legal right to vote. I brought up two items that seem to have much contention that is an ID and requiring a person to vote in the precinct where they are registered. Again you have not discussed the issues I raised. You seem to have a disease called "What about" ism. President Biden has criticized Georgia and Texas law but says nothing about the more restrictive election laws in his home state of Delaware. I see nothing that is overly restrictive in Iowa's election laws. Your words are empty and mean nothing.
Mr. Frank I don't see what your question has to do with the current discussion. I doubt very much if it matters how many Asian, Latinos, or Black Americans I have had discussions or contact with. The fact of the matter is I have not had any interaction with any of the former since my retirement from Trans World Airlines. Frankly, it didn't matter to me what race or skin color the Maintenance Technicians had. I only cared about their competence in doing the work required to give me an airworthy airliner. Note: I was never disappointed in the work they did on my behalf. It was always my contention that TWA had the very best maintenance personnel in the industry - period.
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