Please do not use the term “wheelchair bound.” If you must discuss the fact that Abbott uses a wheelchair, just say “who uses a wheelchair.” Your language is offensive to people with disabilities and many others.

Apart from your use of the offensive term, I liked the article and agree with you.

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John Dean

John Dean

Writer, blogger, lover of nature, music, photography, and Goldendoodles. Top writer in Government. Editor of Dean’s List.

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