LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Putting sexuality before American lives

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News last week that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton supports same-sex unions must come as a welcome relief to our nation in the same way it did as when President Obama expressed the same view last year (“Eyeing the W.H. in 2016? Hillary Clinton announces: I support gay marriage,” Web, March 18).

No need to worry about the ineptness of our State Department in regard to the killing of American Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other American citizens in Benghazi, Libya, last year. Or, for that matter, the millions of unborn babies slain each year by abortion.

It seems ironic that the greatest nation ever ordained by God now finds itself with leadership that is more concerned with sexual expression than the protection of its diplomats and unborn children.


Anniston, Ala.

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