Comments

  1. MARCUS BACHMANN says

    But Doug is promoting a false equivalence. Jane Pitt’s hateful, disgusting, and damaging bigotry vs. Brad Pitt’s support of equality is anything but a “healthy discussion”.

  2. Dastius Krazitauc says

    “It’s open discussion, we can learn from each other … maybe you learn something.”

    Jane Pitt can learn from Brad Pitt to be more open-minded and tolerant, and Brad can learn from Jane to be more close-minded and Christianist?

  3. MaryM says

    Brad Pitt should by all means have a discussion with his mom about her redneck bigotry.

    However it would be wise to keep his children away from her – unless he wants her to poison their minds with her disgusting opinions.

  4. says

    “agree to disagree”, eh?

    not really.

    i have some incredible straight friends who have similarly behind-with-the-times parents. one couple in particular took a very recent stand on this issue – they have two children. toddlers. and she has an anti-gay parent.
    so, husband and wife let her parents know the score – they’re raising their children in a loving inclusive home, and doing that means there’s no room for bigotry or prejudice. after all, the kids may be gay. or bi. or trans. they don’t know yet, they’re just kids.

    so grandma now has a choice. she can be anti-gay, or she can be a grandma who plays a role in her grandchildren’s life.

    but she can’t have both.

  5. AG says

    We’re gonna be outraged at the Pitt family until Brad and Doug completely renounce their bigoted mother. Our self-righteousness demands nothing less.

  6. Bart says

    “The bad thing is when it turns to venom and negativity and we don’t have that in our family.”

    Clearly, he never read his mother’s letter.

    Look, this woman has the right to her opinion but please don’t act like it’s a simple family disagreement. This wouldn’t be news if she hadn’t sat down spewed her hatred and bigotry on paper and sent it to the newspaper to be printed publically. This isn’t inuendo or something overheard at Friday night bingo at the Springfield Legion Hall. This is a hateful person who CHOSE to have everyone know just how hateful and how much of a bigot she was.

    I don’t think Doug should have been asked this. But considering he’s now in the league with Joey Travolta and Frank Stallone, I guess anything is fair.

  7. DrJWL says

    He wanted to be famous, so he wanted to have his life opened and examined. Period. “A pretty private person” doesn’t do worldwide advertisements.

  8. bobbyjoe says

    One way to look at it is to consider how you’d handle it if your own mother was writing racist and/or anti-Semitic letters to the newspaper. Would you go around telling people that you just “agreed to disagree” with her and that it was a “healthy discussion” for everyone?

  9. Pete N SFO says

    Okay, I’m REALLY done with the whole “healthy discussion” pass that people allow bigotry.

    There’s nothing to discuss when you’re talking about limiting another person’s rights beneath those of your own. Period.

    As for this guy, he’s not about to trash him mom on Nat’l TV, but those handlers coaching him better dig a little deeper.

    Discuss, this!

  10. Steph says

    This is the problem with you “open minded” people. As long as there see no dissenting voices then all is well in your utopian world. The fact is many people prefer to serve God and His will. Not yours and not some hypocritical, fascist society. Particularly the views of the left. You fail to see your own blatant bigotry and hypocrisy. The same people crying over a persons personal views and opinions regarding same sex marriage have no real problem spewing their own venom and vile bigotry. Just look at the closed minded opinions on this thread. You people have a lot to learn about tolerance…you seem to want everyone to fall in line with your views and if we don’t..,beware. Those screaming the loudest have little patience for anyone with a differing opinion. Leftist and pro gay are without question the least tolerant and most vile people on earth.

  11. Patric says

    Steph, my guess is that you have no comprehension of the irony of expressing your view – that those who oppose anti-gay discrimination are the least tolerant participants in the culture wars – in a message in which you describe those same people as “without question the . . . most vile people on earth.”

    You also claim to “prefer to serve God and His will” as if it is self-evident and beyond dispute that God’s will coincides perfectly with your own. The fact is that you and those like you have chosen to believe that God prefers people like you and disapproves of people who are not like you. How convenient. Many of the rest of us believe that God created a wonderfully diverse assortment of different types of people and that we need to strive to appreciate and better understand people who are not like us rather than self-confidently proclaiming that all of our human biases and prejudices are in fact “God’s will”.

    All views and values are not equal. The Klu Klux Klan may have the right to assemble and express their noxious hatred in our free society but our society also rightfully has moved to a place where that speech is discredited and labeled for the bigotry which it is. I can certainly understand the frustration which you and those like you feel as you see your utopian society – a society in which those who are not like you are excluded or deprived of the rights which you take for granted – slipping from your grasps but the future is clearer each and every day: your views and values are increasingly and rightfully discredited and, though you do and will continue to have the right to express those views, they will ultimately be consigned to the dustbin of history with other ancient bigotries, as they should be.

  12. Michael says

    You can be a little old lady and still spew venom. Dress up “I hate gay people” in whatever window shade you want but its still venom.

  13. James Corgi says

    Just goes to prove the Pitts are with the pink dollar, not so much the gay community..but our money. How can you claim you are an ally when your own parents are THRIVING bigots who’s sole intention in voting in the elections is stripping people of their rights.

  14. IonMusic says

    It’s truly insulting to gay people to be told that our livelihood, and freedoms are something okay to be against and we should ACCEPT people’s prejudice toward us. I’m sorry, but I don’t believe we can say the same for women, jews, latinos, blacks, or anyt other group of people and society says “well, let’s agree to disagree” but when it comes to LGBT….we’re constantly told to ACCEPT being told we’re -LESS THAN- others. No, we don’t need to accept it and agree to disagree. We need to call bigots out for what they are.

  15. says

    This whole notion of being tolerant toward intolerance is the same thing that enables homophobes walking around this planet saying “I don’t feel gays should have ANY rights…but it’s ok. I’m not a bigot. I promise. I have gay friends”

    Those gay friends of bigots are what fuel bigotry. Those gay friends of homophobes are what give them a green light to feel they can both benefit from a quality gay friend, then go and strip millions of other gays of their human and civil rights. If you truly cared more about others than yourself, you would reevaluate a friendship and relationship with someone who vocally expresses disdain for being gay. That is what would create true change, making them think about their actions and realize just how much it truly effects gay people.

  16. MJ says

    @ Art Smith

    BRAVO! If more gay people would shun those in their lives who are homophobic, we’d truly see a cultural shift in how our rights and respect is met with. Too often, some gay people will willingly befriend someone who truly feels they are less worthy of rights and respect as them, simply because they are gay. How could any self respecting grown adult stand for that?
    “Oh, I don’t hate you, I just think you Asians are gross and not worth a few thousands civil rights in the book, and should be discriminated against, but let’s go grab some coffee then go to the movies later..” …Really? Have some self respect folks, and maybe then people will realize what equaliy truly means to us. There’s enough fair minded, pro LGBT allies to surround yourseklf in this world where you don’t desperately need to cling on to a friend that is convinced you deserve less of a right to your pursuit of happiness than them. That’s not a true friend.

  17. Kim says

    Have you all disowned family members who have racist or anti semitic or anti immagrant views? Have you all severed friendships with people who have made racist, anti semitic remarks . If not you have not you are hycroties. If any of you have any relationship with anyone with anti gay ,racist, anti Muslim anti Jewish views including elderly relatives. You are hypocrites and a disgrace to humankind.Peace

  18. Martin J. says

    To my LGBT brothers and sisters: I’m a 74 year member of your community. At my age, not much is memorable, but this one thing is. Please remember my words: I share it with many LGBT community centers I visit.

    I’ve lived trhough great triumphs and losses in the rich history of LGBT that I have experienced. One golden nugget I’ve walked away with during my years on this planet is that homophobic people will do their best to befriend gay folks as an attempt to rationalize their homophobia, make your more complacent as an activist pursuing your rights and be able to boldly claim they have gay friends.

    I think the biggest danger to the LGBT community is not the most outspoken homophobe who keeps their distance from us, but the enemy who wants to befriend us. The homophobe who is against your equal rights will plant seeds in your head. They will make you think “well, she loves me, and he’s nice to me, therefor I guess not all homophobes are bad people. The gay community just needs to accept not everyone agrees with us” and hence the conversion to us being complacent begins. They know what they are doing. They are attempting to make you less passionate for your rights by silncing you through their friendship with a homophobe. Don’t fall for it.

    My family did attempt that with me many moons ago. They were very much so against anything to do with gay, but in a cryptic way, would show me love. It made me brain washed into thinking that maybe it was gays who were the extremist and that anti gays just had differing opinions. That is until my partner of 30 years died and this family celebrated it as a sign from God for me to finally become straight. Be very careful of the friendship you have with a person who does not fully accept you for being gay. They always have a hidden agenda, and as we’ve all seen and witnessed, that agenda can brain wash an impressionable young gays mind into not being as actively involved and passionate about their shot at equality as we should all be.

    Signed,
    Senior gay- young in spirit

  19. Real Talk says

    The gay community has had a “healthy discussion, hearing the opinions of bigots”
    for centuries now. Centuries. During this time: our gay men and lesbian women, transgenders and bisexuals have been stoned to death in the middle east, burned alive a hundred years ago in the mid west, our gay kids today endure daily beat downs in schools, and our gay adults in big cities are dragged and shot for someone even suspecting they are gay. Our gay families are LOSING THEIR JOBS and being fired legally all because their employers found out they were gay.

    Don’t you DARE tell gay people to sit down and listen to a bowl of homophobia while exchanging opinions.
    We listened. For far too long. And we had our people killed for far too long due to sitting down and listening. We’re past the Miss America dilomacy phase. We’re here to challenge, educate, call out and speak LOUDLY against all forms of homophobia. If you resent that, you need to move out of the way.

  20. Real Talk says

    The gay community has had a “healthy discussion, hearing the opinions of bigots”
    for centuries now. Centuries. During this time: our gay men and lesbian women, transgenders and bisexuals have been stoned to death in the middle east, burned alive a hundred years ago in the mid west, our gay kids today endure daily beat downs in schools, and our gay adults in big cities are dragged and shot for someone even suspecting they are gay. Our gay families are LOSING THEIR JOBS and being fired legally all because their employers found out they were gay.

    Don’t you DARE tell gay people to sit down and listen to a bowl of homophobia while exchanging opinions.
    We listened. For far too long. And we had our people killed for far too long due to sitting down and listening. We’re past the Miss America dilomacy phase. We’re here to challenge, educate, call out and speak LOUDLY against all forms of homophobia. If you resent that, you need to move out of the way.

  21. J.J says

    Huh? religious people will castrate you for daring to speak against their religion. Religious families consistently throw out their own children out of their homes for questioning their religion. Why do gays have to constantly accept being told we’re less worthy of rights? No. We really don’t have to accept intolerance. It’s called having a spine and not being an insecure, weak, push-over.

  22. Andrew says

    I can’t believe the harsh judgments on here. In one comment, a Christian is belittling the way the community of LGBT is doing things. In another, there’s more judgment to what? Outdo the judgments from the Christian? I know most people love to fight fire with fire, but the simple truth is: If you put fire on fire, the flame grows. If any side truly wants revenge, then be kind. Kindness can drive people crazy, but it usually ends with the people walking away angry and leaving you alone. We claim that we’re all about love, but even we preach hatred to those who don’t agree with our standards. Some people were not raised to understand that every single person is still a human being. However, if we wish to change this, we must not scream and shout. Do a silent protest. Sometimes, that is the best way to get your message across. Just be sure you have a sign or something. Imagine just staring at someone. They’ll think you’re psycho haha.

  23. Mark Johansen says

    Kim, you’re post spoke volumes and actually reaffirmed everyone else’s point about the dangers of befriending known bigots. I can honestly say I don’t know a single racist, homophobe, misogynist who is racist, homophobic or anti women in front of me. Not a one. Why? because I surround myself with uplifting people who are positive forces. 7 billion people on this planet, I don’t need to settle.

  24. Steve-ATL says

    Not one person suggested he disown his family for being known homophobes. Not one person said Brad should belittle his mother and never look at her again. What many posters are rightfully commenting on is this notion of excusing homophobes for their homophobia, and pretending it doesn’t exist all while chalking their homophobia as differences. No- differences is deciding on which radio station to listen to while driving in the car with a friend. Differences is not a friend who tells me that I am not deserving of the same rights, happiness, joy or respect they are worthy of. That’s not differences, that’s them being ignorant. My friendship with that level of ignorance is my celebrating ignorance all while being a complete sellout to myself. No, thanks.

  25. Veronica says

    Why does the LGBT community constantly need to accept homophobia as differing opinions? BULL. We’ve endured enough crap to be where we are today (with self acceptance and proud of who we are as people) to then have a destructive force around us who demands we accept their lack of acceptance of us. No way. Me having struggled for years to finally get to a point where I am out, and happy with who I am means I don’t need to surround myself with anti gay forces any longer! That was the whole dang point OF coming out for me. Not be around ignorance.

  26. Miche Rutledge says

    Living in the same part of the country, I have to say Mrs. Pitt’s views are pretty main stream and actually milder than most. This is the Bible Belt and especially around Springfield, in that part of Missouri, it’s not an especially tolerant or enlightened part of the world.

    It doesn’t mean her views aren’t wrong or discouraging, but this is not the worst you hear in this part of the country.

  27. says

    Obviously I wouldn’t expect a straight person to cut ties with their homophobic family- I would hope they would challenge them on their homophobia- but I do encourage gay people who feel stifled in maintaining a relationship with known homophobic family members to consider cutting that umbilical cord. Truly, you don’t need them as much as you think you do. There’s a world full of inspirational, loving, accepting, spirited people for will lift your spirits, and not make you think twice about that relationship with that homophobic relative you were iffy on. I had an intensely homophobic household and family. I one day realized that me being innately attracted to the same sex for love was no worse than my 3 brothers who constantly slept with different girls, broke their hearts and got a high-five from our father for it. If anything, me being gay and wanting to attain love with the same sex was worthy of more dignity than their hetero ways. But they didn’t see it that way, so as an adult. I moved on from them and lived MY LIFE for me. Not in the shadow of their life.

    Honestly, what good would it have served my life to consider a relationship with a family that could not love and appreciate me for me? or be happy for my happiness? I would have been sustaining a relationship for THEIR welfare not my own. And at a certain point, all gay people need to live their lives for themselves and allow people in that life who can accept and honor who they are and their happiness.

    Today I’m happily in a loving relationship with the man I love. We have 2 kids, a dog, a beautiful home, and a life we relish every day. We also have the most supportive, encouraging L-O-V-I-N-G group of friends any human could ever ask for. Had I mainatined the destructive relationship with my homophobic family and accepted their homophobia just because we happened to share the same DNA, I would never ever be as happy and fulfilled as I am today, looking around me and seeing people that I truly love and who truly love me.

  28. Lane says

    I have an Aunt who is homophobic and thinks the president is the devil but I would not publicly speak ill of her. The way I see it is you can choose your friends but you can’t choose your family. The rest of our family just thinks she a lonely bitter women and no one takes her seriously. Sometimes you have to accept you cannot argue with crazy. They cannot think rationally and it is a complete waste of time.

  29. Carlos says

    Gay people are constantly told “be the bigger person” accept homophobes and respect their rights. No! I won’t sit idle as gay children die lonely, painful deaths because NO ONE confronts these homophobes. We’re always told to never be reactionary, just accept prejudice for what it is. I won’t do that anymore, and the day I refused being complacent and silent is the day I heard about the many gay kids across the country who took loaded guns and blew their own brains out because no one dared confront homophobes.

    It’s time to confront homophobia- LOUDLY

    It’s time to call out bigots- LOUDLY

    It’s time to take a stand for conviction- LOUDLY

    It’s time to stop letting others tell us how to be, while they kill our children.

    The gay community of today is sick of sitting on the sidelines waiting for our turn to come to be respect. Today, we DEMAND change. Not beg for it.

  30. Igooloo says

    I always blamed every gay rights defeat on LGBT who knowingly have anti gay individuals in their lives. I know first hand the mixed message that sends to the homophobe. It not only encourages homophobia, it actually makes homophobes feel entitled to being homophobic. They cite their friend who is tolerant of their bigotry, so how dare every other LGBT not be accepting and tolerant of their bigotry. Yes, it’s you apologist gays who just want another facebook friend (albeit, homophobic) that make accomplishing anything difficult. If you actually shunned the homophobe and told they why they are getting shunned, then they would understand how much this all means to us.

  31. says

    I don’t know a single hispanic person who hangs out with someone who hates hispanic people. I don’t have any black friends who go out and make friends with racists, and go out with drinks with them. The idea that any gay person would socialize, and consider a homophobe part of their circle of friends IS why homophobia is rampant today. No one will respect you if you can’t respect yourself.

  32. 2 cents worth says

    I never got the idea behind *MUST MAINTAIN ALL CONTACT WITH ALL RELATIVES BECAUSE THEY ARE FAMILY*….uhm, no. Actually I don’t. There’s many crazy relatives I have who I don’t talk to, or even see. My life is no less enriched for it. My life is joyous because they are not part of it. It’s hilarious, pathetic, silly and lame to me that we all need to keep contact with all family because they are family. If any family makes it known they can’t accept me or my partner- buh bye! You really truly won’t be missed. Honestly.

  33. InAfterglow says

    GOProud! Perfect example of gay people who have no self respect…trying to fit in, hoping to be accepted by their family, begging for change and wishing that Conservative Republicans will see them as equal. GOProud is an embarrassment to the gay community! UGH!

  34. CaliCouple says

    When I had a relationship with relatives who were homophobic, I always felt dirty or almost guilty when spending time with them. On the back burner, you’re constantly thinking “I’m associating myself with someone who can’t accept me for who I am. Who resents my happiness. Who contributes to homophobia” and whether admited or not, that’s what every gay person who hangs out with a homophobic relative is thinking while hanging out with them. At a certain point, you have to ask yourself, is this relationship healthy? For me, that answer was no. Me being true to myself and my integrity was worth more than being able to go around and say “Look, I’m close to my cousin Becky. How cool is that?” Not very cool after all. I realized I was more proud of myself for taking a stand and realizing I actually had some great people in my life, including other relatives, who were totally accepting of me and instead of wasting a minute on people who didn’t love me for me, I could be spending that time with true loving souls. One of the best things I’ve personally done for myself.

  35. JustADude says

    Wow, a lot of these comments are insightful and amazing actually. As a 19 year old who does hang out with homophobic family all for the sake of hanging out with them, these very honest comments makes me resconsider it. I live on my own and don’t depend on my family, and actually my mom and dad and sisters are accepting of me. It’s extended family who are very homophobic. Like if something about a gay kid commiting suicide came on t.v, I actually had my uncle say “one less f-g” I now realize I really don’t need people like that in my life at all. I’m an adult and my life is meant to be lived for me and my happiness, not constantly pleaseing everyone around me when they don’t care about my feelings. This has really been eye opening reading some of these comments and I actually feel really encouraged right now, and looking forward to being open to meet new amazing people in my life who make me happy about life.

  36. Jackson says

    Disagreeing on ‘politics’ is one thing but I made it known to family and friends that my life, my rights and my happiness is not some ‘political issue’ and whether we can disagree on legalizing marijuana or motorist speed limit is one thing, but disagreeing on my rights is not up for debate. That’s my life. Can’t accept that, then I can’t accept you in my life. As another poster stated, with billions of people on this planet, and an unbelievable compassionate number in support of equality, I really don’t benefit from having someone in my life who seeks to treat me as a second class citizen and doesn’t care how that hurts me.

  37. MattS says

    A healthy discussion between the family members is fine. Broadcasting it publicly for the world to see/read crosses the line of decency and respect.

  38. Kim says

    For those of you who claim you no longe r associate with homophobic relatives.I hope., You no longer work with or for homphobes.If you do,why? Don’t. Support enemy

  39. woodroad34 says

    My mom, who at the age of 75, was going to college to get a PhD in Religious Studies — she hoped to become a minister– and was a staunch Christianista….that is until she found out I was gay. When she died a few years later, my sister found all kinds of books on homosexuality and how to start up AIDS hospices within the confines of the church.

    I wonder how Miz Pitt would handle the “first” or “second” most famous Pitt if they were Gay. Methinks, she is extremely closed minded and doesn’t “learn” anything. My mom is a hero…Brad’s mom isn’t.

  40. WHAT? says

    Christian values?

    So, how does she feel about couples who live together and have had children and adopted children without the benefit of marriage? Don’t traditional christians have a problem with that…yah know, living in sin?? Does she have a problem with exposing those kids to that lifestyle? Sarcasm.

    Side note: the Today Show is interviewing Brad’s brother because he was in an Australian commercial only because he is the brother of someone famous? Maybe Anne Curry wasn’t the problem at Today!

  41. Kath says

    Lots of interesting comments here. I totally agree that being forced to listen to a lot of bigoted crap under the guise of a ‘difference of opinion’ is nonsense. When people spew out hatred of others, you can’t expect those ‘others’ to accept it as merely an alternative political or religious view. You can’t say “hey, it’s my right to hate (gays, jews, women, whoever)” and expect this to be treated as freedom of speech, when it is precisely those views which add to the net total climate of hate, violence etc. towards those groups.

    On the other hand, I’m not sure it is ALWAYS necessary to cut people out from your life when they spew this crap. When he was 60+ years old, my father (of the WWII generation) used to occasionally say outrageously offensive things about “poofters” because it was his cultural and generational default setting. As soon as I was old enough, I kept asking him where this stuff was coming from, and why he would he even care about two “poofters” he didn’t even know? And indeed, why should any straight person should give a toss about whether two random people chose to get married or not? And how would he like it if a bunch of ignorant, religious nutjobs decided to dictate his life for him in the same way? Where would it end?

    Over time, he came to the realisation that he had never really thought about the issue for himself, and that, really, he didn’t even know any gay people upon which to make such stupid assumptions. (Disclaimer: I’m straight). Eventually he came to agree with me that supposedly straight people with a rabid anti-gay agenda are morons and/or seriously self-deluded. Now, at 80+ years old, he is a big fan of many of our local gay politicians and, when he even bothers to think about it, thinks that anyone who wants to get married (or not) should have the right to do so. The point is, a bit of education goes a long way for some older people who have been conditioned to think one way.

    The shocking thing to me is that (a) Jane Pitt is not that old; and (b) she cannot claim to be ignorant of the world or of people from different backgrounds or with differing views. Unlike my father, who had the intelligence to change his views when presented with the evidence, she shows herself to be wilfully stupid, mean and intolerant, wrapping up her bigotry under the cloak of ‘Christian values’ (Oh the irony!) I wouldn’t want someone with such poisonous views around my kids, to be honest.

  42. andrew says

    I personally would take my mother to task for those homophobic statements. But I understand Doug’s mild response. It is his MOTHER. That puts a man in a difficult situation like no other.

  43. RexT says

    Some of the best comments/discussion I’ve seen in quite awhile! (and the usual few – making us wrong). Our Rights are for Right Now. Period. We are all clearly aware of the primary obstacle – in this country and others like ours still sitting on the peak of full equality. Religion. The conversation about WHO we are remains alive, in spite of being completely false – continues to be pushed and funded via religious groups – teaching others how to think of people they know not at all.

    Today, life long partners were lost. That alone is a difficult moment for anyone. Fellow citizens who do not respect our being as equal and worthy of our civil laws and what they provide – protections for our families and our homes – is doing so by Choice. Bigotry is a choice. Like it has been. Again, and again.

    The language – purposefully created and used – by the Maggie Gallagher & Her Thugs, Tony Perkins – etc etc, drips with intention – and it is intention which harms us – and our families. Tolerate? Never.

  44. RexT says

    Some of the best comments/discussion I’ve seen in quite awhile! (and the usual few – making us wrong). Our Rights are for Right Now. Period. We are all clearly aware of the primary obstacle – in this country and others like ours still sitting on the peak of full equality. Religion. The conversation about WHO we are remains alive, in spite of being completely false – continues to be pushed and funded via religious groups – teaching others how to think of people they know not at all.

    Today, life long partners were lost. That alone is a difficult moment for anyone. Fellow citizens who do not respect our being as equal and worthy of our civil laws and what they provide – protections for our families and our homes – is doing so by Choice. Bigotry is a choice. Like it has been. Again, and again.

    The language – purposefully created and used – by the Maggie Gallagher & Her Thugs, Tony Perkins – etc etc, drips with intention – and it is intention which harms us – and our families. Tolerate? Never.

  45. Ann American says

    Jane Pitt being villified, intimidated,
    hated and fearful. Hmmmm! even death
    threats. Who are the haters????

    Jane, I join you as do millions of others
    We are not all Obama puppets dancing
    to the government tune. We are independent
    beings entitled to independent opinions.
    Freedom (used) to allow us Free Speech
    without fear.

    Freedom of religion. Don’t back down,
    pull out the rest of your supporters
    with a web site..we are all given a voice.
    God bless you.

  46. JAMES says

    The Today show invited someone on their show to speak about a commercial they were in? Or was it a front to just get him on to ask him about his mother’s letter?

  47. Penny says

    Sounds like you people need to grow up, look around see that our Country has gone in the tank…its because of all the stupid uneducated libs that want somthing for nothing…..
    including all of you little bitchy FARIIES!!!!! get some Morals

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