No respect in people's house
On June 15, certain gay and lesbian activists were invited to the White House for a celebration of gay pride. While there, some of the invited guests had their photos taken beneath the presidential portraits of Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush. In their pose, they engaged in an embrace and kiss, while raising their fists with the middle finger upright and extended toward the portraits. This is a universally understood gesture of extreme contempt. They immediately communicated these photos to various social media outlets. Is this now the level of decorum, honor and behavior and respect we have fallen to in the house of the people? Perhaps the supreme apologist owes a big one to the American public.
JAMES C. ROCHE, Jackson