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originally posted by: Autorico
a reply to: Iwinder
Do you also wear the, for lack of a better term, "wife beater" shirt?
B- In terms of who the A-hole may be, well... Maybe re-examine the way the OP was presented.
I'm not knocking their believe and respect their right to believe in what ever they want. However, its inconsiderate,rude, pompous and hypocritical of them to assume that others want to be disrupted in there home to hear what they have to say
I could say the same for people parading around with multicolored flags and promoting gay rights.
Nobody asks for that obnoxiousness on their street, and it may be annoying for some people,
it's a magnificent thing for people to express their beliefs regardless of what their critics think of it.
Plus, if you've told them to leave you alone and they won't listen, put up a sign politely pointing them away and stop answering the door.
I would personally refrain from anything provocative like wearing a satan apron etc. It won't scare them off, and most likely they will go back to their church, tell their brothers and sisters about you, and launch a coordinated action against the enemy (not you personally, but the spirit in which you act). I can go on for months and months.
originally posted by: GenerationGap
Don't be an atheist jerk and respect other's religious beliefs. If someone believes that celebrating a homosexual union is an affront before their God don't use the state to coerce them through fines, loss of occupation, and jail time if they do not partake.
Religious persecution is real.
Spread the word, tell someone at your next gay wedding.
Oh, and the last person that came to my door was a member of the Climate Change Church peddling some non-sense about mankind's industrial sins raising the ocean levels and starving California of rain.