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The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 21, 2005 - 7A

LA RA M IE ways caused even the most conserva-
tive Christians to denounce him.
Continued from page 1A LSA sophomore Sean Moberg and
Ann Arbor community members first-year Pharmacy student Lisa
ready to counter the anti-gay protest Tremuth were at the protest repre-
with a protest of love. senting a Christian response to the
The protest began without direct protest.
confrontation, but eventually some They said that the Christian com-
members against the Westboro munity wished to show the loving
Church verbally engaged the reli- side of the Christian faith and not
gious group, calling it blasphemous Phelps's gospel of hate.
and hypocritical. "Most Christians do not believe
A major player in this counter- (the gospel of hate)." During the
protest was Organizing For Unity, a protest, members of the Ann Arbor
coalition of the lesbian, gay, bisexu- Christian community congregated
al, transgender, and allied communi- on the opposite side of North Uni-
ty, and various other student groups. versity Avenue here and demonstrat-
OFU has been planning a counter- ed from across the street.
protest for the last few weeks. Some OFU supporters demon-
In preparation for the events, the strated their views by turning their
Michigan Peace Team, a state group backs to Phelps's congregation,
of trained volunteers, was called interlocking their arms and joining
upon to ensure a nonviolent atmo- their voices in song to counteract
sphere for the demonstrations. Phelps's message.
But the counterprotesters were Lee Chrisman, a first-year Music
made up of more than just the student, had a heated conversation
LGBTA community. with a member of Phelps's group.
Many Christians also voiced dis- Chrisman said he was displeased
approval of Phelps, saying his radical with the way the man was encourag-
the michigan daily f M

ing his child to protest and how he
was presenting the Bible. "He was
just distorting everything that the
Bible stands for," Chrisman said.
Members of the congregation said
they did not believe they misrepre-
sent the Bible, but actually present
it truthfully.
"(The congregation) came out to
preach truth in what is an orgy of
lies," said Sam Phelps-Roper, Pas-
tor Phelps' grandson. "God made
the judgment, we're just telling you
what it is," he said, referring to the
congregation's protest.
Even while the protesters attacked
gays, OFU organizer and Rackham
student Gabe Javier said the event
raised awareness about hate and
homophobia.
Javier, also commented on the
positive effects of having a protest,
as opposed to completely ignoring
the Phelps' congregation.
"I'm glad we did a demonstration.
I'm glad we could have a community
voice. There's very few times that
LGBT people and their allies are
truly visible."

CITY
Continued from page 1A
Rapundalo would probably serve
on the committee at some point in
the future, for now, the committee
needed more experienced Council
members.
Greden has been a Council
member since 2003, and Woods
has served since 2001, while
Rapundalo was elected for his
first term this November.
"The good thing about having
both of them is that they have
both been on Council and are
better seasoned about issues,"
Rapundalo said.
Both Hieftje and Rapundalo
said that the committee assign-
ments are not permanent.
"These committee assignments
are not in perpetuity - they can
be changed," Rapundalo said.
"We're pretty casual on that
stuff," Hieftje said.
Regardless of the difference in
Council experience, members of
MSA said they were disappointed

with this decision.
"Rapundalo has been a great
advocate for students," MSA Pres-
ident Jesse Levine said.
In addition to proposing the
idea for the committee, during
his campaign Rapundalo worked
extensively with the College
Democrats in order to reach out to
student voters.
"It would have been great to
work with him. I would hope that
the Council members that are
appointed to the committee are
as responsive as Rapundalo would
have been," Levine added.
Levine and newly elected MSA
Rep. Laura Van Hyfte, who is also
MSA's City Council liaison, and
Arielle Linsky selected the five students
to serve on the committee.
Van Hyfte and Levine will both
serve on the committee with former
MSA Rep. Mike Forster and former
Students' Rights Commission chair
Daniel Taylor-Cohart.
LSA sophomore and Michigan
Daily columnist Mara Gay has also
been appointed to the committee.

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1522 Geddes 7
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For Monday, Nov. 21, 2005
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
You have an increasing desire to travel
and explore more of the world.
Education, publishing and dealing with
the media also become more important
at this time.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
You feel increasingly intense about
things. You want to get to the bottom of
something. The truth of something mat-
ters. Elsewhere, you're concerned with
shared possessions and inheritances.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Today the Sun moves opposite your
sign. This gives you the opportunity (in
the next few weeks) to learn more about
yourself through all your one-on-one
relationships.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
Roll up your sleeves and get busy. You
have a strong desire now to get better-
organized. Act while this urge is with
you! Sort, paint, clean, file and
straighten up loose details.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Your focus starts to shift to love,
romance, entertaining diversions and
increased activities with children - all
the fun stuff. You want to have a good
time. (Do it!)

siblings, shopping, buying and selling -
all these keep you hopping in the next
few weeks.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Expect to be increasingly concerned
with your possessions. You might want
to buy something important in the next
few weeks. You feel that what you own
reflects who you are. (But does it?)
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Today the Sun moves into your sign.
It's your turn to recharge your batteries
for the rest of year. Don't hesitate to put
yourself first now.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Try to respect your need for peace and
quiet. You need increased solitude in the
next few weeks so that you can pull your
act together. You have stuff to think
about.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Your popularity rating certainly
increases in the next few weeks! Accept
all invitations. Talk to friends.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
Today the Sun starts to move across
the top of your chart. This acts like a
spotlight on you. Everyone (especially
VIPs and bosses) will notice you more in
the month ahead.
YOU BORN TODAY You have amaz-

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