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Apple speaks out against new Mississippi religious freedom law

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posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 09:12 PM

originally posted by: RepealTheLaw

Difference being we dont wear out religious affiliation on our sleeves like the in your face LGBTQ-WXYZ agitators do so how would you know?

Some certainly do. I know plenty of them. Every other word out of their mouth is about how Christian they are or Church this and Christ that and Jesus said something that relates to that topic you just mentioned. They don't shut up about it. They make sure everyone knows how churchy they are and how much they just love them some Jesus and Bible Stuff.

What you don't realize is how many non-in-your-face LGBT people you're around every day. You don't know about them because they aren't in your face, but they're still there. There are agitators within every group everywhere. If you don't like them then ignore them and they'll probably do the same to you.

posted on Apr, 15 2016 @ 09:25 PM
So much fear and ignorance, all this hate still makes me believe these people are projecting their own self hate into the conversation. So what feelings are you guys fighting, being gay, wanting to dress up as a woman or pedo fantasies rearing their ugly head?

posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 12:21 AM
I hear now its law that you could carry a gun in a church in Mississippi

Mississippi governor signs law allowing church members to carry guns

Mississippi sounds like a wonderful place

posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 12:27 AM
a reply to: RepealTheLaw

Maybe YOU don't, but many Christians do. If they refuse to serve a gay person that is them wearing their religious affiliation on their sleeve whether you want to see it or not. Many Christians proselytize as well, clearly wearing their religious affiliation on their sleeve.

The number of "LGBTQ-WXYZ agitators" who wear their sense of morality on their sleeves is proportionate to the number of Christians who wear theirs on their sleeve. Or are you denying that Christians never talk about their faith and display it for many to see?

posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 12:31 AM
a reply to: Acidx

Your "morals" are bigotry. Just because you deny that doesn't make it untrue. You're so small to actually deny people service because you don't think they're worthy of it. That's bigotry if I've ever heard it.

Mark 9
35 Sitting down, Jesus called the Twelve and said, “Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last, and the servant of all.”

Jesus suggests that you serve everyone, not just the ones you think are worthy of it. The word "all" is all-inclusive and does not leave anyone out, even gay people. Why are you fighting Jesus on this one? If Jesus could die for gay people's sins, why can't you serve them like Jesus told you to?

posted on Apr, 17 2016 @ 10:56 PM

originally posted by: Acidx

originally posted by: namelesss

originally posted by: Klassified
Apple speaks out against new Mississippi religious freedom law

As well as all decent healthy people should!
The disease of ignorant hate should NOT be tolerated!
It is a toxin in society and should be shunned and halted and stamped-out by all healthy people!

Spoken like a true communist,

Tell you what, to help you not have to waste you precious time calling me names, as if that, somehow, actually discredits what I offer, I will readily admit to being an asshole, a shmuck, a fool, an idiot, a moron, a dweeb and a geek and a faggot and a lesbian and a communist and a socialist... and anything else that I might have forgotten!
Now that all that is said, and water under the bridge, shall we move on to some intelligent discourse without the sad attempt to dismiss?

decent healthy people aren't homosexual. The disease of ignorant acceptance should be burned out, hate isnt going anywhere as long as people like you exist to keep telling people the way they should think.

Ah, so you are condoning your toxic disease?
You think that hate and ignorance and emotional illness is a plus, a victory for society!
Well, the last 130,000 years of history call your argument and self-validation foolish and insane!
Not progressive healthy things, but, at the moment, necessary.
Not for much longer, though.
You are disturbed that I call your disease a disease?

Why should a STATE not be able to have ITS RIGHTS?!?! MS has a Christian majority, It is in its best interests to share the interests of its voters.

NO it is not!
That is why there are constitutions, so the mass idiocy and hysteria and ignorance of the majority of people in some states is NOT codified into some insane retrograde law!
There is no excuse for your insane ignorance, or that of the people that you appear to represent!
'You' is the last violent struggle of a dying (thank goodness) breed of insane fools!

Yet here you are calling for genocide!

Link please?

If you dont live there you have absolutely no say whatsoever in its laws.

Yet, I seem to be saying, nonetheless...

Your type

And with those ignorant hateful words, I will leave you to stew in it!
I cannot hold an intelligent discussion with an insane babbling fool...


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