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originally posted by: 8675309jenny
If you want to deny someone service, that's YOUR RIGHT. Doesn't matter your religion or the fact you're running a business.
If someone won't serve you based on your lifestyle, tell them to piss off and take your business elsewhere.
Legislation DOES NOT need to get involved in this crap.
Grow some skin people... Oh booo hooohooo.... someone doesn't like the fact that you're queer. Who the hell cares????
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 was passed, with broad bipartisan support, by a Democratic Congress and signed enthusiastically by President Clinton. In 1998 the Illinois Senate passed the state’s own version of RFRA, 56-0, with Sen. Barack Obama not just present but voting “yes.”
originally posted by: conspiracy nut
a reply to: EloquentThinker
would you think the same thing if they refused to bake a cake for a black person or if a gay bakery refused to bake a cake for a straight person? what would you think if a bakery refused to bake a cake for you?
originally posted by: Gryphon66
a reply to: undo
Where do you stand on the con-man that harassed Muslim business owners as in the OP's video ... you know ... the topic?
Surely you stand against that, right?
originally posted by: [post=19196018]NavyDoc
If you want the law to punish me for not wanting to do business with you, then you want the state to act as your agent.
originally posted by: undo
a reply to: Gryphon66
how can what's dangerous to gays and christians be off topic in a thread about gays and christians, but it' s fine for me to comment on crowder's other videos? tell ya what i'm gonna do, since i know just having empathy for you, believing you should be treated fairly and not discriminated against, is not enough for ya, i'm gonna excuse myself.
been nice chatting.