Letters to the Editor

'Zero evidence'

Ray Crain's letter [Jan. 15] continues the annual attempt to invoke the name of Martin Luther King Jr. in regard to homosexual marriages.

Martin Luther King Jr. did this country a great service by peacefully opposing racial prejudice. He did not associate homosexual marriage in any way with racial prejudice. Never! There is not a single thing in all his speeches which could reasonably lead someone to believe he was in favor of homosexual marriages.

I do agree with Mr. Crain's quote: "What a mockery of Martin Luther King!" But it is Mr. Crain who mocks Dr. King. Once again, there is zero evidence that Martin Luther King Jr. supported the idea of homosexual marriage.

Tim Spangler

Madera

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