WCHS 6 Portland recently did a piece about two lesbians winning a free wedding. One of the lesbians said, “Now we are just like everyone else.”

One of the women was dressed similar to a man and made me think, “Why in the lesbian relationship, does one of those women try to assume the role of husband by dressing as such?” It was the first time nationally that lesbians could compete in the contest.

The bottom line for me in observing the presentation of this piece was the continued bias of the media (all kinds) to promote the credibility and acceptability of the homosexual lifestyle.

The previous Sunday, on CNN Reliable Sources, Tim Carney of the Washington Times said, “The media create public opinion.”

The liberal media promote homosexual marriage and are entirely responsible for the growth of support for this way of life, which I believe is unholy. At the same time, the media show hostility to the great commands of our Judeo-Christian faith.

So, a panel of nine judges shall determine whether God is wrong and the homosexual culture and its advocates (including our president) have wisdom greater than our great God and king.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has stated “Roe v. Wade went too far.” Many of those who support holy marriage say it would be going to far to make a national ruling in favor of gay marriage. I agree and so does our great faith.

I believe that Americans should be outraged at the efforts of our media to force this initiative upon our great nation.

Elaine B. Graham


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