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Letter to the Editor
Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Epistle to bigotry

The letter “Born that way” (Jan. 17) is an affront to the theory of evolution.

There is not even an illegitimate excuse for this vicious, self-contradicting, illogical and homophobic rant against gays.

The writer's knowing assertion that “Bestiality is more common than people think” leaves one to ponder the source of his knowledge.

That he even dared to mention God in such a monumental epistle to bigotry and knuckle-dragging ignorance is way beyond the limits of comprehension.

Jim Harger

New Kensington

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