To the Editor:

Growing up during my high school years, I took an American history class and studied our U.S. Constitution. It is a fascinating document, the backbone of our country. It reflects the distinctive effort by our forefathers to separate church and state.

On your Nov. 5 Opinion page, there is a political cartoon which, for me, shows a crossover of these two entities. It is an insensitive drawing that wasn’t even signed.

Will the newspaper please be more balanced in your reporting, and more thoughtful on how you categorize citizens who do not agree with your political point of view? Picturing any person with Republican leanings as being non- Christian is not only erroneous but unjust.

Ellen Browning
Georgetown