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Given the link to the Kistler article, it does appear that Diamond was trying to give a tease (albeit an inflammatory one) into what Kistler had written. But a pastor writing about his theological beliefs is one thing. A candidate for Senate, who ostensibly will be called upon to represent gay citizens as well as straight ones? That’s another thing entirely.
Diamond is entitled to his personal spiritual beliefs, of course, even as an elected official. But, as Donald Trump’s tanking poll numbers show, we expect our public leaders to speak for more than just themselves or the narrow slice of the electorate that agrees with all of their positions.
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