State of Michigan
Dear Mr. Cox,
You're in a tough spot. Tuesday night, CNN's Anderson Cooper interviewed one of your assistant AGs, Andrew Shirvell, and exposed him as a vicious cyber-bully. It was a brutal interview. Shirvell came out of it looking like an obsessive, evil, petty, malicious little weasel, the kind of guy people instinctively hate the minute they see him. It's no wonder you are being buried with demands to fire him.
As Attorney General, you've made cyber-bullying a major priority. Yet, you refuse to fire Shirvell. As a fellow anti-homosexualist activist, I understand your reluctance to do so. Shirvell's bullying is simply an attempt to bring a homosexualist back into Christ's flock. It's something we all secretly celebrate, although we never do so publicly.
Here's what the American Family Association's Ed Vitagliano had to say about it in an interview (about 2:40) with Sam Seder:
Seder: The kid needs some direction, obviously. If the parents have let him be gay, uh, then the kid needs some direction.You should give Ed a call. I'm sure he'll give you good advice.
Seder: And I don't mind a little bit of peer pressure if it's in a good way.
Vitigliano: The problem is that you can't publicly say that in the kind of atmosphere we have in the country now.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot
Elsewhere: Rutgers Freshman Commits Suicide After Students Out Him As Gay.
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