Northwest Voices | Letters to the Editor
Gay marriage on the Washington ballot in the fall
A question to God-loving readers
There are many issues to consider this election year [“State’s big fall ballot to bring steady rain of campaigning,” page one, Aug. 9]. So my question is: When you stand before God on Judgment Day, do you think God will say, “Thank you for keeping all those homosexuals from marrying each other,” or is God more likely to ask, “Why didn’t you do more to help the children in your city who were hungry, homeless, sick and unable to get medical help, abused physically and emotionally and feeling so hopeless that the only way they could see to be empowered was to join a gang?”
Everybody can give something: money, time, things you have and don’t need to homeless shelters and food banks and/or a vote to the candidates who you think will make it a priority to help the children.
— Charlotte Keller, Bremerton