OMT One Man's Trash...from Norman Leahy



Monday, October 30, 2006 :::
 

A Few Words from Claire

I don't usually read the TD's Michael Paul Williams, but in a comment below, my good friend and Sorensen partner-in-crime Claire Ward pointed out that Williams interviewed her on the Marriage Amendment.

How to characterize it? Well, here's a sample:

"Virginia has a long and rich history of doing really stupid things: The eugenics laws. The miscegenation laws. The poll tax. A long and rich history of just being stupidly mean-spirited," said Ward, a project manager for a Richmond-based Fortune 500 company.

"I would hope people would have learned by that. But we just keep doing it time and time again. It's really cause for wonder, don't you think?"

Yes it is.



::: posted by Norman Leahy at 10/30/2006 0 comments





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