Janet Neff questioned about attending a lesbian wedding.
I saw this yesterday, going through the news. I read it and was angry, so I emailed this senator with my thoughts on the subject. My reply is after the article.
I am sure an aide is reading this first, so please see that the senator gets this. I'm sure he will be getting many more. I know I'm not from Kansas but this is not an issue that just affects Kansas.
I read the story about you questioning the ability of Janet Neff (who was nominated by the democrats) to remain impartial in rulings on same sex marriage. What I'm questioning is if you're really asking about her impartiality or (horror of horrors!) that she is in fact, for it.
What I would also like to ask you is this, would you have just sat and said nothing, if it was a republican, who had attended anti-same sex marriage rally's or any nominee, as long as they were republican?
It would seem to me that you are pushing the republican agenda and trying to keep out anyone who might rule in favor of same sex marriage. Or maybe it's because the number of Republican appointees is dwindling and the republicans are scrambling to keep the Democratic appointees from being appointed?
I think it is ludicrous, self serving and totally obvious why you are questioning Ms Neff's impartiality, when you and the whole republican party seem to have none concerning this issue.
It seems that by doing this, you are making yourself known to all the ignorant and homophobic republicans. Everyone will know who you are when you announce your plans of running for president in 2008. Because really, no one, outside of Kansas has heard of you, with the exception of those in Washington.
What you and the other's may not be aware of, is that, except for a very small number, most people are sick to death of you all and more then likely we will have a president who not only will be democrat, but who, God willing, be a woman or an African American.
Thank you for your time in reading this, if in fact your staff did give it to you. If your staff didn't give it, then shame on them.
Debbie Weatherford-American citizen
Debbie, as Will Rogers once said,
"Just being in a church doesn't make you a Christian, any more than being in a garage makes you an automobile" :eek: :confused: :disagree: :lol: And if she's been to both gay and str8 weddings, what does that say about her?
Let's see here, in my life I've been to several Hell's Angels keggers, a fireman's ball, a couple of dog fights, any number of Women's Movement functions, and a couple of ordinations. And oh, yeah, a couple of wiccan ceremonies were held at our church. Just WHAT does that make me?
P.S. Deb, we all appreciate your concern, and activism.
Peace and Love, Bruce Chris
Since the Senator was speaking from Davenport, Iowa, does that make him a large sofa? Or perhaps just a soft-furnishings sympathizer? Just where does he stand on the issue of grouping furniture to facilitate conversation?
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