Last edited: November 23, 2003

Letter: Civil Rights Is Not Alabama’s Strong Suit

San Luis Obispo Tribune, March 7, 2002
P. O. Box 112, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406
Fax: 805-781-7905

In stating that homosexuality is "abhorrent, immoral, detestable, a crime against nature, and a violation of the laws of nature," Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore demonstrates that he is absolutely worthy of sitting in a place of judgment based on the laws of Alabama.

Justice Moore understates the offense with his rhetorical assessment of the homosexual condition. Most importantly, he amplifies a view of the great majority of Americans, Americans who believe homosexuals have a choice in being that what they are in their promiscuous sexual pursuits. I say we should have more Moores on the bench.

Alabama is a great state, and Moore’s views are welcomed by Californians who wish that our state would emulate Alabama’s laws regarding homosexualism so that we can rid ourselves of California laws (AB 1785 and AB 1931, inspired by the gay and lesbian lobby) designed to recruit and indoctrinate our children into the homosexual lifestyle.

—Otis Page, Arroyo Grande

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