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Letter to the Editor
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Born that way

Re. Melissa Charlton's Jan. 11 letter, “Open our minds to gays,” which was a rebuttal of Rudy Gagliardi's Jan. 5 letter, “Gay marriage”: She said being gay is genetic, but I think it's an alternative lifestyle.

Yes, gays have been mocked, but so have blacks, Jews, Christians, obese people, Poles — just about everyone.

Pedophiles want the same rights as gays. The North American Man-Boy Love Association demands the persecution end.

Bestiality is more common than people think. Will the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals someday demand the right to have sex with animals?

Ms. Charlton said comparing gays and bestialists is degrading to gays, but both are born that way.

A true libertarian must realize that responsibility, morals and God need to be included with liberty. Sin is not liberty; it's slavery.

Mark Sarver

Harrison

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