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Letter to the editor: Governor Huntsman sold out

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Everyone is bisexual to the degree that homosexual sex, as well as heterosexual sex, is an option for us all. The Savior Jesus Christ was tempted in all things, (Heb. 4:14-15) so He must have been tempted with homosexual sex while in mortality.

The gender of a sex partner is as much a choice as is the specific partner. Those that prefer homosexual sex are homoelective. Homoelectives are the ones promoting the homosexual lifestyle which is the antithesis of what God had in mind when He created Adam and Eve on the earth.

Homoelectives are politically organized and lobbying with a public relations campaign to paint and position homosexual sex, and those that practice it, as normal, genetically engineered and a legitimate minority that is unjustly discriminated against. Homoelectives want to be perceived as entitled to legal rights, privileges and protection along with racial minorities, political refugees, the handicapped, the elderly and married couples. Homoelectives want people like me to have the public image of a hateful, intolerant, homophobic bigot.

I admit that I am homophobic in that I fear the destruction of our society, our country, our world as we as a people ripen as Sodom and Gomorrah in iniquity, and I think we are in the initial throws of that destruction now. I have no doubt that wrong and evil will eventually be popularly accepted as right and good; I just hope it will not be on our watch. Homoelectives should repent or go back into their closets for the sake of mankind.

I think Gov. Huntsman has sold out, on this issue, to his own national political ambitions.

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