Bishop Harry L. Jackson Jr
High Impact Leadership Assn.
Dear Bishop Jackson,
You're probably aware that love segregation opponents are questioning your standing as a leader of the war against DC's marriage equality law. People for The American Way, for instance, is saying that you weren't even registered to vote in DC until very recently and are likely a resident of Maryland, not DC.
You have to admit that it seems a little suspicious. What are people going to think about your claim to be some guy's roommate in a DC condo? "Why aren't you living with your wife in in Silver Spring, MD?" they might ask.
Well, the answer is obvious I think. Your marriage has become the first casualty of DC's new marriage provisions. Is that the case?
I understand why you may not want to publicly acknowledge the possible crumbling of your marriage, but this is important. It's exactly the kind of thing we've been warning people about. I mean, hey, DC ends love segregation and suddenly you're out of your marital home and sharing a condo with some guy. You need to speak out about it.
It'd be an even more compelling condemnation of marriage equality if you could prove another claim we often make: that the gay must be opposed at every avenue, because its siren song is irresistible. Can you help us out with that? It is a little strange that the moment DC gets marriage equality you move into to a condo with some guy, isn't it? The force is strong, Harry. It's understandable. Use it as a teaching moment.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot