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If you don’t ap­prove of gay mar­riage, don’t read about it and hit the mute but­ton on your TV. I fail to see how love in any form is a sin. If it is and you are mar­ried, then you are also liv­ing in sin.

Please, let’s not throw any­more of this same-sex kiss­ing at your sub­scribers. We’re sick of it.

I am per­son­ally ac­quainted with a half-dozen “same sex” cou­ples and over the years have found they are the hap­pi­est people I know. Wit­ness­ing them to­gether has led me to this rev­e­la­tion: Same-sex mar­riage is when two ho­mo­sex­ual cou­ples ex­change wed­ding vows. Some-sex mar­riage is when two het­ero­sex­ual cou­ples ex­change wed­ding vows.

We are fed up with your con­stant cov­er­age of the ho­mo­sex­ual agenda. Your front-page cov­er­age of men kiss­ing was both re­pul­sive and in­dica­tive of this news­pa­per’s lib­eral lean­ings. It is a cel­e­bra­tion of abom­i­na­tion.

Two sto­ries: 1. Gay mar­riage. 2. The United States govern­ment in debt by over $17.5 tril­lion. One of these sto­ries is very im­por­tant. The other is not. Wake up.

Two men kiss­ing on the mouth on the front page of Satur­day’s paper. Glad my 8-year-old son doesn’t read the paper yet.

Wed­ding plan­ners, re­cep­tion halls and di­vorce lawyers have a new crop of cus­tomers.

A federal judge strikes down In­di­ana’s gay mar­riage ban while Vladimir Putin is heap­ing on the anti-gay laws in Rus­sia. For the first time ever, I can tell my con­ser­va­tive rel­a­tives, “If you don’t like it you can al­ways move to Rus­sia.”

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