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Originally posted by Foxy1
reply to post by samerulesapply
you see thats just the thing majority rule. If we were lead under a nation where madmen were the 90% according to them the 10% would be considered different or crazy "madmen"
i think whats going on here is the whiplash of a melting pot society.
Same like the race differences (byproduct of meltingpot) blacks get scholoarships to school for being black so do native americans but whites dont get a grant for being white. (im not even going to mention the zimmerman case)(or why we have websites called blacknews.com but nothing called whitenews.com)
our society is starting to favor the minorities of the mainstream thinking or race to compensate for the meltingpot problems according to majority rule.
So keeping that line of thinking, most americans are christian but in favor of the melting pot working we must compensate.
In conclusion we are not an advanced enough people to set our personal petty differences aside to have a melting pot society (America)edit on 3-5-2012 by Foxy1 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Foxy1
What if a student stopped bathing and got a complaint? Could the school just as easily over turn a stinky person as a clean person wearing a jesus t shirt that only offended someone if they read it? Probally not...edit on 3-5-2012 by Foxy1 because: (no reason given)
If im not mistaken rastafarians dont wash their hair due to religion beliefsedit on 3-5-2012 by Foxy1 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by samerulesapply
reply to post by LoneCloudHopper
I don't think it's possible for exeryone to co-exist in a world where we all get our own way and dictate the world around us.
Originally posted by Ilyich
reply to post by IronArm
Foolish Du'an, our day will come. We will get drunk on christian blood. When the sun goes dark, don't bother locking the door. You've been warned, no longer will you suppress the others.
Swinimer says the principal would have accepted a shirt with the slogan, "My life is wasted without Jesus." "But I didn't go for that because I have my rights as a Canadian citizen," Swinimer said.
Originally posted by Starchild23
reply to post by Annee
Hold on. Religion is an innate part of our country...our country was founded based upon Christianity. Christianity plays a key role in a huge part of our history. Religion plays a key role in the whole world.
So we're going to teach about ancient Egyptian gods, but not about Christianity? That's discrimination.
Are you suggesting discrimination in our educational curriculum?
Originally posted by Badgered1
It seems to me that people are making a big fuss about this because it made claims about Christian belief. Most are Christians who seem to feel that if their religion is 'attacked' like this, it's a violation of rights, free speech, or some similar hogwash. If someone wore a T-shirt saying, "Your God doesn't exist!" would you see this as an expression of free speech? Of course not, because it's against your beliefs. You'd be screaming at the school district.