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Originally posted by Beavers
reply to post by snarky412
America sounds like a really # place to live.
In a letter to the city,Whitehead demanded the City issue a formal, written apology to Crow-Smith, assure her no City officials will interfere in future with her distribution of water, and require City workers go through training on the proper enforcement of the City’s code.
If not, a lawsuit could follow. Read more: www.abc15.com...
But Crow-Smith said she hopes to avoid a lawsuit and just wants to be able to hand out water. “But I don't think it's even about religious beliefs.
I think anybody should be able to giveaway water on the sidewalk to anybody. It's hot and it's a nice thing to do,” said Crow-Smith. Read more: www.abc15.com...
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Did anybody see the source?
I'd be hard pressed to believe anything they say, unless an alternate source can be found with the same information. Usually there isn't.
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
OP wrote "City says woman can't give free water to people in 112 degree weather"
That's not the incendiary headline used by WND, the source for this tale. It wrote: "City: Christians can't give water to thirsty"
See how quick WND was to play the "religious persecution" card?
Originally posted by smarterthanyou
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Aren't garage sales and "second-hand transactions" banned in Louisiana now?
Cashless society, now THAT's Nazi Germany. I would tell them to shove it.