He writes to the paper:
It's too bad the Star Tribune loves to paint all people who disagree with gay marriage as hypocrites and extremists. It seems to me only the extreme views and rhetoric of people on the subject get media attention.
I guess that sells papers. What is lost in all of this is the many people who are conflicted about the issue and are not gay bashers. What is also lost is the fact that you can be a thinking person and disagree with gay marriage.
One doesn't have to be a "dogmatist" to be against gay marriage.
MARK J. MATHEWS, GREENBUSH, MINN.