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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Times readers do care

Armstrong Williams mocks the religious beliefs of probably three-quarters of the readers of The Washington Times when he writes he does "not care who Jason Collins has sex with, and neither should you" ("We shouldn't care who Jason Collins has sex with," Web, May 5).

You would think Mr. Williams would know and respect the fact that if the God of the Bible cares who people have sex with (i.e., it should only be between husband and wife), then all God-fearing Christians and Jews care, too. The reason our family gets The Washington Times and not The Washington Post is because we have come to expect the Times to be very supportive of traditional family values.

JACK WOJCIECH

Vienna, Va.

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