Bush Is Not Pro-Choice

RECEIVED Fri., July 2, 2004

Dear Editor,
   Alan Moe Monsarrat completely discredited himself by even entertaining the idea that Bush is pro-choice ["Postmarks," July 2]. Obviously he reads, but what does he read? He must've missed the story on the 1.15 million women, men, and youth that showed up in D.C. to oppose Bush's abhorrent anti-choice policies. The March for Women's Lives was the largest public demonstration ever. (Shame on the Chronicle for not covering it more.) Mr. Monsarrat, have you ever heard of the global gag rule? Go Google it, guy.
   As for Carl T. ["Postmarks Online," June 25], the man is quite rude, but putting differences aside, I'd like him to write for us one of his very informative letters acknowledging all Mel Gibson has done with his profiteering over Jesus Christ's death. How many chances does the public get to buy a "nail from the cross"? I am sure Jesus is proud. Let's ask W., just to be sure.
I'll Rant No More,
Crystal A. Viagran
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