Re: Polls and the Red Sea
- Khristos Anesti!
I don't particularly understand what was the purpose behind the polls,
but the disruptions indicated seem to me most subjective. I did not
find these polls offensive, rather, I believe they were shedding light
on what people actually think. I'm not one to castigate, but how can
we get away with censorship and silencing someone simply because we
diasgree with his point of view, and in this case, the point of view
of the majority. This is most disturbing and, frankly, sad. I am not
going to advocate polls in one way or another, but to label people and
take away the voice of all who did participate in those polls, that's
a travesty. I don't know who your father is, Moses, but I think he
should put his name on this list and the Indiana list as his list for
people of his viewpoint and then the rest of us won't be so confused.
Anyway, if you have rescued anything, it seems to me, ignorance and
the least of human virtues has been served.
Fr. Peter Mendicant