I was briefly but deeply relieved to hear the U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly to talk about Yemen. But what we all know we need is to stop the genocide immediately.

We pass from bombing Hodeidah to bombing food that has been unloaded there, while 140 little children leave their families every day.

Could we all just stop long enough to realize we have no legitimate purpose in such suicidal cruelty? I say "suicidal" because such moral vacuity, such wretched heartlessness, clearly depicts our own moral dissolution, while the rest of the world watches in astonishment. It hurts just to write these words.

Larry Sherk

Springfield

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