posted on Jun, 22 2013 @ 04:13 PM
reply to post by Benevolent Heretic
Make it about what you want it to be about....but that's not the case at all.....
As I said previously:
It's a clear-cut case of the government asking someone to do something they clearly are not possible of doing and then withdrawing their request after
they realise their mistake.
reply to conscientious objection to war is to ask for proof of their beliefs from an authority on their beliefs....As is the case
with atheism, it's been shown many times, including Welsh v. United States
, that a conscientious' objectors beliefs need not be based in
religion. It's not about "discrimination", it's more they have to withdraw their standard requests....as is the case with my disabled wife and
Now, if my wife or the disabled community wanted to make it seem like something bigger than what it actually is, we could easily act as though it was
don't have an agenda....
(Also, by your own logic-
If my wife had a job there wouldn't have been a problem at DHS
but since she doesn't, there was...
seems the deciding factor was her lack of employment? Discrimination? No, it's not....not even close buddy)
edit on 22-6-2013 by Agree2Disagree
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