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originally posted by: BubbaJoe
I would agree with you in that case, but if I opened a coffee shop and posted a sign that read, "No Hetero Christians Allowed", I would be on Fox News forever, and protested out the ass.
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
-- let society deal with it at the individual level, instead of government telling us how/when --
The Log Cabin Republicans criticized the platform put forward for the Republican National Convention as the “most anti-LGBT … in the Party’s 162-year history” in a Tuesday email. “Opposition to marriage equality, nonsense about bathrooms, an endorsement of the debunked psychological practice of ‘pray the gay away’ — it’s all in there,” wrote Gregory T. Angelo, president of the nation’s largest gay GOP group, in a message to supporters. www.advocate.com...
originally posted by: peppycat
a reply to: Anneeevery church is different, and they have right to what is comfortable..they can all stay in the closet.🎁 unless they are truly straight and hateful...strange world, glad you are on top of the laws.
originally posted by: cavtrooper7
a reply to: Annee
IF they are to espouse their faith I DO indeed and HERE'S the rub ,THEY may be who they wish so long as they aren't the only choices .
AND THAT is because they advertised as members of that faith.
If OTHERS of that faith are to remain attracted to said business or organization,they may do so.
If not the kiss your beloved NAACP good bye in the counterattack when Obama leaves,they have supported Panthers and thus a McCarthyesque tribunal could EASILY burn them for it.