MsHeather- The whole point of my original comment was to point out the reporter's obvious bias in her article. All you can do is continue to call me names instead of addressing the issues I have brought up. It's okay to have different opinions and still have a civil discourse between us. But, you'll have to come up with a better argument of saying someone is hateful just because they disagree with your opinion. Sorry to hear that you think of yourself as being evil. What have you done to think that? To me there is no greater evil or hatred than when someone willfully in a premeditated manner takes the life of another human being, including the unborn human.
To not-so happy bunny: The report by Jessica Mayrer popped up on my Earthlink home page. Since I'm "offended" by the liberal slant of the Independent I chose not to read it or support it with my advertising dollars.
MsHeather- I don't pretent to be a reporter like Jessica. Woudn't it be nice where all sides of an issue could give a Jessica a "job well done" for an objective an informative report. You proved my point about disagreeing with the far-left liberal agenda. All you can spew out of your mouth is hatred for someone who might just disagree with you in the arena of ideas. What you do in the privacy of your own home is your business. Just don't demand that those who disagree with your life style be forced to accept it because you are given special rights.
I've never been to this web-site. It would be helpful if the editor would state that the diatribe by Jessica Mayrer is an opinion, because it's obviously not an objective report.
But, what do you expect from the so called "free thinking" Independent. Just disagree with its far-left liberal agenda and find out. You're so bias in your reporting that I don't bother to read the Independent anymore nor pay to advertise in it. I bet that if you had to charge for it your circulation would go way down. Conservatives wouldn't buy it and we know how cheap liberals are with their own money.
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