Thursday, July 06, 2006

Welcome to all: A political disclaimer

To all my friends and family,

I recently sent out an email letting you know about my blog. I hope that you will come and visit. It occurred to after I sent that email that the diversity of the people whom I love makes me need to make a statement. Everyone is welcome here and I hope they feel the freedom to comment about how they feel. But because I care deeply about all of those who may traverse my little web domain I offer this disclaimer:

I am human. I have opinions and these opinions may differ from yours. You may think that my opinions are crazy or unfounded and I may think that of your opinions. I may talk about politics from a side you do not agree with. I may express concern over current events. I hope to maintain a critical eye and a diplomatic voice but there will be times when anger or sadness or joy overwhelm it. I do not want to hide who I am or what I believe in. But know that you are welcome to disagree. I encourage you to post and begin a discussion, for it is in discussing our differences that we come to recognize our similiarities. Regardless of my opinions and thoughts, I welcome you here.

"Here I stand, I can do no other." - Martin Luther


liz said...

Welcome to Blogspot! I didn't know you had a blog here. Can't wait to follow along! :)

LutherLiz said...

Thanks! I forget whether I sent you the email or not, but I figure posting on yours would get me noticed :) Glad to see you had a good week roaming the country. Say hi and congrationations to Erik on Sat for me!

Nomi said...

You're awesome, Liz! I can't imagine that anyone could have a problem with what you have to say... go ahead and say it anyway!! :)

liz said...

I don't think I did get the e-mail, but that's fine - I obviously found you anyway! :)

I'll greet Erik for you!

LutherLiz said...

Thanks. And I realized my horrible spelling too late and you can only trash a comment not edit. Rather annoying really!

Hi Nomi! Glad you stopped by! Hope things are going great!

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