To the editor:
Over the past week I have received three unsolicited e-mails addressed to my Kansas University e-mail address from an organization calling itself "Kansans for Truth in Politics."
The e-mails and Web site attacked moderates such as Gov. Sebelius, Sandy Praeger, and Ron Thornburgh, solely because they do not give priority to extreme pro-life views. Happily, all but one of the candidates "K-TIP" endorsed in the primary election were defeated.
But I'm concerned about an organization so well-organized and funded that it could target individual e-mail accounts. And, even more important, as others have noted, Kansans need to understand that personal beliefs and advocacy of lawful policies - however abhorrent to those holding different views - must not be a litmus test for their holding public office. Last time I checked we had not become a theocracy.