To the editor:
Several decades ago, good people who would never have considered burning a cross, nevertheless passively and actively supported segregation and opposed civil rights because "that's how things are supposed to be." Today, good people who would never consider picketing on a street corner with Fred Phelps nevertheless support discrimination and bigotry "because that's how things are supposed to be." Don't fool yourself, whether you join Phelps on a street corner or in the voting booth, bigotry and discrimination are wrong. When you draw that curtain on Tuesday, you can either stand with Phelps or you can stand for liberty.