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originally posted by: Gryphon66
a reply to: Rezlooper
Let me see if I understand you ... going into a public business expecting to do business as the rest of the public does is attacking Christians now?
I'm beginning to see that any interaction at all with Christians is seen as some sort of attack.
If your religious beliefs don't allow you to do business with the whole public, don't open a public business.
That's not really difficult to understand.
those who are pushing this bill are 'conservative' republicans and very much against gay marriage. I have no doubt the intentions of this bill are a backhanded way to discriminate.
A truly loving, tolerant and caring person
would allow everyone to be out of the closet
immunity from liability for a health care facility or
health care provider that refuses to administer,
recommend, or deliver medical treatments or procedures
that would be contrary to religious or moral
convictions or policies
This bill is saying,
we must be as tolerant and loving
toward religious people
originally posted by: Rezlooper
a reply to: Gryphon66
I've said what I said and those are simply my opinions. Are you alright with that?