NEW CASTLE —
Editor, The News:
Well, here we go again with some more archaic prattle from Joseph K. Waltenbaugh.
The reason Waltenbaugh once more fails to tell us how marriage equality diminishes his quality of life is because it doesn’t. Instead, Waltenbaugh foolishly claims marriage equality would permit people to marry their pets.
When Waltenbaugh’s Doberman or Shetland pony (as he cites) signs the license, I’ll foot the entire bill for his reception and honeymoon.
Again, Waltenbaugh fails to understand that the 14th Amendment guarantees equal application of all laws. Waltenbaugh’s letter convolutes equal protection as “special rights.” Waltenbaugh’s outburst is characteristic of segregationists.
Yet again Waltenbaugh discredits himself by stating pedophiles are “looking for love.” Clearly, Waltenbaugh embarrasses himself by failing to understand that pedophilia, just like spousal abuse, is about control.
According to the National Institute of Health, the ratio of heterosexual to homosexual pedophiles was calculated to be 11:1. Waltenbaugh’s mindless bias would like you to believe that pedophilia does not exist with heterosexuals.
Once more, Waltenbaugh irrationally states that marriage is exclusive for propagation. Waltenbaugh boorishly forgets the infertile and post-menopausal marriages. Waltenbaugh isn’t content that other people have the ability to love; Waltenbaugh prefers to judge who others marry.
Clearly, Waltenbaugh does not know any LGBT people and reacts ridiculously.
Again, Waltenbaugh idiotically would like you to believe that oral sex does not happen in heterosexual relationships. How sad that Waltenbaugh hasn’t discovered Google images. On the bright side, Waltenbaugh recognizably forgot about Monica Lewinsky.
No rational person could subscribe to Waltenbaugh’s deranged perception of marriage equality. The only clear objective is Waltenbaugh’s self-humiliation. To that, Waltenbaugh succeeds.
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