Thursday, July 29, 2010

Love on Trial

There is a monumental court case occurring in Windsor at this moment between a "lonely hearts" heart doctor and the Jewish matchmaker who callowly took the doc's money, but didn't provide him with a match.

I'm writing to ask what The South Lyons & Underglen Township Sentinel's position is on this crushing matter!

I don't want to seem critical, but why isn't this front page news in South Lyons & Underglen Township?

We have doctors.

We have hearts.

We want love.

This is a hard-hitting case that targets the very essence of what it is to be a human being.

And now this dramatic turn in the case -- that the presiding judge is "losing patience" with the plaintiff and defendant. I thought our justices were to remain impartial and unemotional! Now that the judge's patience has come in to play, I believe the only thing left to do is for deputy judge William Salem to recuse himself from the trial.

Will love triumph over greed? Is the heart doctor -- oh-so-smart when dealing with others' hearts, blind, deaf and dumb when it comes to dealing with his own? Is the Jewish matchmaker working providing the due diligence it promised at the outset?

These matters are now before an impatient judge!

Please provide some editorial guidance so S.L.U.T.ers have some idea who to think about this trial!

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