I want to thank you for devoting an issue to something that affects me daily. I am a gay Notre Dame alumnus, and I was very pleased to see that you finally included stories from gay people. I am often discouraged when the topic is debated by non-gay people. I often wonder how people would react if issues of race were only discussed and decided by members of one race. I would like to tell straight people that there are many gay people in our country who do not necessarily embrace all aspects of the so-called gay lifestyle and that many of us are invisible to your eyes. You pass us every day in the grocery store and the malls. And we just want what most straight people want.
Hey Tom, Tom, Have you figured out that the news is contrived yet? Case in point, NBC and CBS both did a story on cervical cancer(at the same time) and also a story about welcoming home veterans at an airport(at the same time). Now out of all the topics in whole wide world to "report", don't you find it just a bid odd that all the major propaganda, er I mean news outlets have the same stories? Just like Hitler giving his talking points to Goebbels and then to the German people. Have you figured this out yet, Tommie? Didn't think so.
Romeo Rolando Hinojosa-Smith, 93. An award-winning Texas author who began in the 1970s writing a series of novels that told the stories of people living in a fictional county along the Texas-Mexico border. April 19. 2b1af7f3a8