Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Mark Morford: Hate's last stand

A first post for the new FUAH blog, with quotes from today's Mark Morford's column:
Let's not get carried away. (... snip)

Let's not be naive. ... (... snip)

Maybe you're not convinced. Maybe you need a sign, some sort of indicator of what's truly at stake, something that proves we are at a turning point not merely of tax brackets and energy strategy and foreign policy, but of the very tone and flavor of who we are and what we value as a nation. Yes? Easy enough.

Here it is: Just listen to the screaming.
Please read:
Hate's last stand
It's racism and homophobia, neck and neck, down to the wire. Can they hang on?

by Mark Morford, SF Gate Columnist
Wednesday, October 29, 2008

1 comment:

  1. I have it on good authority that my father and father-in-law (both klansman in their day) are turning over in their graves!

    Unfortunately, our work to secure equality for all will not end in our lifetime but I still have my sleeves rolled up ready to continue this struggle and am in good company to do so.