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web posted September 11, 2006
Re: Outlawing morality, protecting perversion by Charles Bloomer (September 4, 2006)
I had to reread Charles Bloomer's editorial several times to make sure I didn't miss it. While rightly criticizing California for outlawing morality and protecting persversion he wrongly places the blame exclusively on Democrats. Absent was any mention of the fact that it was a Republican governor who signed the bill. The fault lies with so-called conservatives who decided that guaranteeing a win for the Republicans was more important than doing what was right, and they threw their support behind the muscle man.
Charles Bloomer responds:
To the best of my knowledge, the bills in question here have not been signed by the Governor. He has recently signed another obnoxious bill that threatens religious freedoms a private colleges that receive state tuition aid.
Re: "Death of a President"
The new film Death of a President panders to an underclass which contemporary liberalism shelters but should abhor: the revanchist political left, with its marked intolerance toward opposing viewpoints and its too easy acceptance of the unworthy side of politics.
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