WISCONSIN MARRIAGE DEFENDERS

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Sunday, January 08, 2006

REICKMAN DISTORTS MY LETTER

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The Oshkosh Northworstern finally printed my letter exposing what the homosexual movement is indeed after (sodomy, prostitution, incest, pedophilia, bestiality) according to their own "Gay Rights Platform". However, Executive Editor Stew Reickman (photo) made some inexcusable "editing" (it is probably libel to call it editing, at the very least it's highly inaccurate and giving Reickman more credit than he deserves).

You can see my full article at http://wismd.blogspot.com/2005/12/letters.html and Reickman's wrestings at http://www.thenorthwestern.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060108/OSH06/601080394/1191/OSHopinion

There are two things that were particularly egregious. One was the title he gave my letter:

"Gay advocates should denounce immoral acts"

I don't use the word 'gay' to refer to sodomites unless I am quoting something like the "Gay Rights platform" (see "Definitions" at http://wismd.blogspot.com/2005/12/definitions.html). I prefer more accurate terms. However, that was a minor irritant. The problem with this title is that it implies that homosexuality is NOT an immoral act. An honest title would be something like "Homosexual advocates should denounce other immoral acts in addition to sodomy".

The other irresponsible deviation was to change this statement of mine:

"Their Platform has planks calling for the legalization of such abominations as prostitution, incest, and even pedophilia (adult-child sex)!"

That statement is very plain, understandable, and accurate.

Reickman mangled my words and made the claim more confusing and difficult to decipher. I'm convinced that was the intent. Editing usually makes things clearer and shorter, not fuzzier and longer. I'm convinced that Reickman did not want the abominable goals of the sodomites to be so blatantly obvious to readers. Here is the cloudy fog of confusion Stew replaced my words with:

"Their platform has planks calling for (repealing state laws that prohibit private sexual acts involving consenting persons, of all laws governing the age of sexual consent and laws prohibiting prostitution, both male and female)

Who could get through that and know what it was saying? My plain statement left no confusion.

I am wondering what was wrong with my comments (except that they exposed the sodomite lobby more then Stew wanted them exposed)?

Northworstern: "laws prohibiting prostitution, both male and female"
Me: "prostitution"
My way was certainly easier and accurate.

Northworstern: "all laws governing the age of sexual consent "
Me: "pedophilia (adult-child sex)!"
Again, my way is simpler, and the removal of all laws governing the age of sexual consent is certainly to permit pedophilia.

Northworstern: "repealing state laws that prohibit private sexual acts involving consenting persons"
Me: "incest"
Much simpler again, although I'll concede that incest is only one type of sexual act involving consenting persons. I could have included polygamy, polyandry, polyamory, prostitution (again), sodomy, incest (again), adultery, orgies, and other deviances.

The last one is the only one I can see Stew having a legitimate desire to clarify, although it was me who limited it to incest, so it should not have been his concern.

Fortunately, I also wrote the rest of my letter with plain, clear, unmistakable words, so my message got out anyway. Stew could not have edited everything like he did in the above examples and stay out of jail on a libel conviction.

Here is the letter as printed in the Oshkosh Northworstern"

Gay advocates should denounce immoral acts

Homosexual advocate Michael Kahl suggested that we look at the problem of homosexual marriage "rationally".

Despite the fact that the term "homosexual marriage" is an oxymoron that rivals "civil war," "united nations" or "government intelligence," I took up Michael's offer. I looked up the "Gay Rights Platform," which was sponsored by more than 85 homosexual groups and read into the Congressional Record. It's the nearest thing to an official position of the homosexual community.

I was shocked to see that the mainstream homosexual community has no intention of just settling for the right to force society to recognize their relationships as marriages. Their platform has planks calling for (repealing state laws that prohibit private sexual acts involving consenting persons, of all laws governing the age of sexual consent and laws prohibiting prostitution, both male and female)

I then challenged outspoken homosexual State Senator Tim Carpenter (Milwaukee) four times to repudiate those things, and he has smugly refused. Thus far, Kahl has also refused to speak publicly against these vile practices. They shriek in disdain that we dare to point these things out — but they absolutely refuse to actually denounce incest, pedophilia, or even bestiality.

Anyone who cannot openly and publicly repudiate sex between a father and a daughter, or a man and a boy, or a woman and a dog, has no business telling anybody else to behave "rationally."

If we allow homosexual marriage, we already know what will be coming next. We need to stop their assault on morality now.

Teno Groppi Oshkosh

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