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    Six GOP Candidates Pledge To Sign Anti-Gay Discrimination Into Law | ThinkProgress

    Get rid of this PC bullshit!!! If I don't want to bake you a cake because what you are doing is against my religious beliefs, or that I just DON'T WANT TO, then I should have that choice. Not risk loosing my business because of a frivolousness lawsuit.

    Notice that this was tried with a muzzy bakery and they refused. But no lawsuit against them....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Six GOP Candidates Pledge To Sign Anti-Gay Discrimination Into Law | ThinkProgress

    Get rid of this PC bullshit!!! If I don't want to bake you a cake because what you are doing is against my religious beliefs, or that I just DON'T WANT TO, then I should have that choice. Not risk loosing my business because of a frivolousness lawsuit.

    Notice that this was tried with a muzzy bakery and they refused. But no lawsuit against them....
    That should just about do it for the Republican Party. Talk about stupid.
    Did they really just annouce they would support a law to discriminate against a group of people?
    It isn't really a surprise coming from those individuals.
    It is scary to think they are among the best the Republicans can come up with though.

    FORKIN", don't you realize the Pandora's Box that would create?
    Anyone could discriminate against anybody and claim it was on religious grounds.
    Whose religion would it need to be based on, and with most religions, there can be interpretations of what section of that religion it might be?
    So in your mind, it would be OK to discriminate based on your religious beliefs. What about those who profess no religious belief, would they be allowed to discriminate against anyone?
    That doesn't seem fair.

    If you don't want to Bake a cake, then don't. Just don't refuse to bake a cake for a like group of people.

    SHAME ON YOU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Six GOP Candidates Pledge To Sign Anti-Gay Discrimination Into Law | ThinkProgress

    Get rid of this PC bullshit!!! If I don't want to bake you a cake because what you are doing is against my religious beliefs, or that I just DON'T WANT TO, then I should have that choice. Not risk loosing my business because of a frivolousness lawsuit.

    Notice that this was tried with a muzzy bakery and they refused. But no lawsuit against them....
    Perhaps some of this could be contributed to Obama's "you didn't build that" bull shit, thus setting the tones and false premise that private businesses are actually "property of the people". PC simply targets and destroys the Freedoms and Rights of targeted individuals and trades them off only to accommodate "special privileges" for others. Although this "door swings both ways", it is not supposed to be this way.
    Liberals push PC and say "live and let live",.... I agree as long as that applies to Conservative's and their view points as well.

    In regards to the six GOP candidates taking this pledge... IMO, Dems WIN as these six candidates are trying to "out do" Trump and are playing the Dem's PC games by making foolish moves and doing harm to the GOP. Are we ready for Hillary?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiC View Post
    Perhaps some of this could be contributed to Obama's "you didn't build that" bull shit, thus setting the tones and false premise that private businesses are actually "property of the people". PC simply targets and destroys the Freedoms and Rights of targeted individuals and trades them off only to accommodate "special privileges" for others. Although this "door swings both ways," it is not supposed to be this way.
    Liberals push PC and say "live and let live",.... I agree as long as that applies to Conservative's and their view points as well.

    In regards to the six GOP candidates taking this pledge... IMO, Dems WIN as these six candidates are trying to "out do" Trump and are playing the Dem's PC games by making foolish moves and doing harm to the GOP. Are we ready for Hillary?
    Please explain your comment, "You didn't build that" bull shit".
    Where did that come from, along with the,"false premise that private businesses are actually "property of the people"?
    I haven't heard those comments.

    Sometimes the PC does seem to be applied more often than I think necessary. On the other hand, sometimes the word or term doesn't seem offensive to me, but if I were in the shoes of those being offended, maybe I would have been too.

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    Are country Is old and the people that have run this country have been all not that old. And either party's will do what ever it takes to push their agendas. So when we get older the young will convince for change. Just think about what could happen. A change in the wind is coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiC View Post
    Perhaps some of this could be contributed to Obama's "you didn't build that" bull shit, thus setting the tones and false premise that private businesses are actually "property of the people". PC simply targets and destroys the Freedoms and Rights of targeted individuals and trades them off only to accommodate "special privileges" for others. Although this "door swings both ways", it is not supposed to be this way.
    Liberals push PC and say "live and let live",.... I agree as long as that applies to Conservative's and their view points as well.

    In regards to the six GOP candidates taking this pledge... IMO, Dems WIN as these six candidates are trying to "out do" Trump and are playing the Dem's PC games by making foolish moves and doing harm to the GOP. Are we ready for Hillary?
    Liberals are tolerant unless it involves and conservative or a Christian. Notice you've never seen a gay couple sue a muzzy bakery. And they do refuse as per one of Chowder's videos.

    But trying to out do Trump? Looks like they want to right a wrong to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Liberals are tolerant unless it involves and conservative or a Christian. Notice you've never seen a gay couple sue a muzzy bakery. And they do refuse as per one of Chowder's videos.

    But trying to out do Trump? Looks like they want to right a wrong to me.
    So very True!

    Wanting to "right a wrong"..... there is lots of work to be done AFTER the election. IMO, this announcement could have waited
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    This will make you proud!!!


    State Department chides cardinal over gay slurs against US ambassador


    U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic James “Wally” Brewster, who is openly gay and married, has been mocked over his sexual orientation by Cardinal Archbishop Nicolas de Jesus Lopez Rodriguez for more than two years.

    Brewster’s appointment has been a point of contention from the start. High-profile Catholic Church leaders said assigning an openly gay man to the post was seen as a lack of respect from the Obama administration.

    "He has not considered the particularities of our people. The United States is trying to impose on us marriage between gays and lesbians as well as adoption by these couples," Father Luis Rosario, director of youth ministries for the church, told CNN in 2013.

    For Senator Durbin (D), who is close friends with Brewster and a devout Catholic, enough is enough. He sent a letter to Pope Francis asking him to step in and make the anti-gay slurs stop.


    I am amazed at the shallow minded "feel good" fools who sincerely believe they can legislate human behavior...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiC View Post
    This will make you proud!!!


    State Department chides cardinal over gay slurs against US ambassador


    U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic James “Wally” Brewster, who is openly gay and married, has been mocked over his sexual orientation by Cardinal Archbishop Nicolas de Jesus Lopez Rodriguez for more than two years.

    Brewster’s appointment has been a point of contention from the start. High-profile Catholic Church leaders said assigning an openly gay man to the post was seen as a lack of respect from the Obama administration.

    "He has not considered the particularities of our people. The United States is trying to impose on us marriage between gays and lesbians as well as adoption by these couples," Father Luis Rosario, director of youth ministries for the church, told CNN in 2013.

    For Senator Durbin (D), who is close friends with Brewster and a devout Catholic, enough is enough. He sent a letter to Pope Francis asking him to step in and make the anti-gay slurs stop.


    I am amazed at the shallow minded "feel good" fools who sincerely believe they can legislate human behavior...

    You expound on the "GOOD CHRISTIANS," as if you are one. But in reality, you are such a bigot and liar, MAKING YOU a disgrace to those who are "CHRISTIANS."
    And now, here you are again promoting more hate towards others.

    The Catholic church has no authority, nor should it have any over our Government.
    If Cardinal Archbishop Nicolas de Jesus Lopez Rodriguez has mocked James “Wally” Brewster over his sexual orientation, the Archbishop should be reprimanded.
    The Catholic Church profess to teach tolerance of others, and that doesn't sound very tolerant.
    Of course, you have a way of changing the facts.

    The reason you are, "Amazed at the shallow minded "feel good" fools who sincerely believe they can legislate human behavior," is because you demonstrate how shallow, and idiotic you think.
    Did you know that legislation has been enacted to control human behavior many times, such as, it's against the law to kill someone else sometimes?
    It's too bad there isn't legislation to prevent idiots like you from exposing your stupidity, and hate of others.

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    Way to go bigot. Show us your true colors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsplace View Post
    That should just about do it for the Republican Party. Talk about stupid.
    Did they really just annouce they would support a law to discriminate against a group of people?
    It isn't really a surprise coming from those individuals.
    It is scary to think they are among the best the Republicans can come up with though.

    FORKIN", don't you realize the Pandora's Box that would create?
    Anyone could discriminate against anybody and claim it was on religious grounds.
    Whose religion would it need to be based on, and with most religions, there can be interpretations of what section of that religion it might be?
    So in your mind, it would be OK to discriminate based on your religious beliefs. What about those who profess no religious belief, would they be allowed to discriminate against anyone?
    That doesn't seem fair.

    If you don't want to Bake a cake, then don't. Just don't refuse to bake a cake for a like group of people.

    SHAME ON YOU
    jughead you fucking imbecile.

    it is to prevent you PC bastards from applying your bullshit double standard.

    I wonder, will we EVER find the depth of your ignorance?
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    Tommy please remove all Jimsplace quotes from your sig and don't put more back. He doesn't like it and it is against the rules. Thank you.
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