Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 letters: Synagogue sympathy, headline concern

Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 letters: Synagogue sympathy, headline concern




Love outpouring for Pittsburgh victims, victims of racism

I used to be watching a information report in regards to the aftermath of the shootings on the synagogue in Pittsburgh. A distinguished member of the Jewish neighborhood in the USA with the ADL talked a few girl who was too scared to demise now to set foot in her personal beloved synagogue.

Right here’s what must occur: We Christians, we Buddhists, we Muslims, individuals of all faiths, we agnostics and other people of no religion, we have to accompany our Jewish neighbors to their synagogues. We have to accompany them to their congregations. That is what must occur. Name your individual native Jewish congregations and volunteer to offer accompaniment. We want broad-based interfaith, all faiths and no religion collaboration and cooperation in order that our Jewish brothers and sisters really feel protected of their synagogues.

In peace and solidarity with love and justice.

Shabbat Shalom.

Jim Chaney
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Our hearts exit to your complete congregation of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. We stand in solidarity with these within the Jewish religion as they mourn this unimaginable tragedy.

This act of terror comes at a second when the language of racism, anti-Semitism and dehumanizing rhetoric focusing on political opponents is being utilized by elected leaders in our nation, together with President Donald Trump. Simply this week Democratic and progressive leaders across the nation had been victims of a number of tried bombing assaults by a supporter of the president.

I demand that our political leaders finish their violent, racist and anti-Semitic rhetoric and strongly condemn those that stoke and stir up violence and division. There are actual penalties for susceptible individuals throughout our nation.
Upsetting violence can’t be accepted as a political tactic. It’s opposite to the rules of democracy and humanity, and it should cease at present.

Kate Haeger, Highlands Ranch


This us-against-them nonsense has bought to cease. I’m not the enemy, and neither are you. We’re People.

We merely would not have the posh of constant to behave like spoiled siblings all the time at one another’s throats. As nation we face many very tough issues, immigration, well being care prices, a bodily infrastructure that’s crumbling, a social infrastructure that isolates and demeans individuals, to call a number of.

Compromise shouldn’t be a unclean phrase and we should work collectively to maneuver ahead. If we proceed pulling to the left or proper we are going to proceed to go round in circles, and that isn’t getting us anyplace.

Amy Sylvain, Colorado Springs


Headline vilifies broad group

Re: “Trump supporter charged in bomb plot,” Oct. 27 information story

Even for the Denver Publish, the headline went over the liberal prime.

However I do imagine that there’s now precedent for a template that can be utilized for all disagreeable, horrible incidents.

For instance, (insert title) supporter charged (use the suitable verb) in (describe the occasion). Sanders supporter shoots Republicans throughout baseball apply. Waters supporters shout down Republicans consuming dinner in eating places. Democrat supporters interrupt SCOTUS hearings.

Quick, easy, to the purpose.

Gary Koldyke, Highlands Ranch




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