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Methodist Federation Joins Homosexual And Abortion Groups In Anti-Ashcroft Hate Rhetoric


From: Martin W. Corie ramtin@hotmail.com 
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 9:54 PM
To: ucmpage@ucmpage.org
Subject: Methodist Federation Joins Homosexual And Abortion Groups In Anti-Ashcroft Hate Rhetoric

Ashcroft should not only be confirmed as Attorney General, he should be encouraged to rid the country of the likes of MFSA and all the other Godless, immoral, un-American morons who lurk in the halls of United Methodism. This country will stand...and the world will stand...far longer with the ideals represented by John Ashcroft than those supported by the revered miz johnson. God help us.


From: Lyle M. Miller Sr lmiller@capital.net
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2001 11:35 PM
To: ucmpage@ucmpage.org 
Subject: Methodist Federation Joins Homosexual And Abortion Groups In Anti-Ashcroft Hate Rhetoric

Why? Why? Why?

I am concerned that so much attention is being paid to the nomination of Ashcroft for Attorney General of the United States and especially now by the Methodist Federation, the Homosexual and Abortion Groups on the basis that he has expressed his views and they are on the side of conservatism. It seems to me that the church and many other groups from the extreme liberal wing of our society need to take notice of what has happened in this land since the 60's when the move to make sexual expression free and unrestrained on the basis of supporting what some call "freedom of expression." It seems to me that Mr. Ashcroft needs to be given a chance and should he go toooooo far to the extreme right and not support the laws of the land as they are presently written, then he could be removed, but like so many other moves to the left, he is deemed guilty until proven innocent and a part of the church seems to have fallen into the trap of the "hate rhetoric" aimed at any who have a tendency to believe and support the more conservative views with regards to how we should function as a society or "rational and hopefully 'reasonable' adults."

Rev. Lyle M. Miller, Sr.
Sharon Springs and Ames/Sprout Brook United Methodist Churches
Sharon Springs, New York 13459
518 284 2200

Editors Note:  Rev. Lyle, you have touched upon the real motive behind "hate-crime" legislation.  Hate rhetoric will have then have the force of law.

 

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