posted on Aug, 30 2013 @ 09:48 AM
First of all, owning more land than you need to live on is bloody irresponsible. Landlords are in a position of power over thier tenants, and no one
ought to have as much power as they do. If less people wanted to earn by ownership, then more people could afford to own thier own home, because space
would not be at such a high premium.
Just because a person owns a building, or an appartment, does NOT mean they get a say in the lives of those who would like to live in that premises.
If a landlord turns away a gay couple because they are gay, and not because the individuals in question have a credit history that makes the national
debt of Greece look like a drop in the ocean, then it doesnt matter WHY, wether the problem with them is religious or just a matter of good old
fashioned hate, the land lord does not have that right in my opinion, to discriminate...
...UNLESS the landlord lives in the property. That goes for hoteliers and motel owners too. Its a different thing if the place is thier own residence.
A persons home is thier castle, and thier laws are more important in such a place, than any court in the land, at least, thats how I would work that
Fair hiring now, do you mean fair as in unbiased, or do you mean fair as in biased in a direction that local government think is fair?
As for free enterprise... I hate that phrase, because it has been used to excuse some of the most down right greedy, profiteering, underhanded,
venomous behavior on the part of big corperations for a very long time, all over the western world. I am not saying that there is something wrong with
business owners being able to operate thier businesses in a free manner, but I am saying that some of the companies that use such a description for
thier activites over the last few decades are frankly taking liberties with it.
I say that most of this BS is BS anyway, and in a just society we wouldnt have the time to discuss it, because we would be too damned busy enjoying
life to think up new ways to pigeon hole the behavior of others, and would prefer to get on with enjoying a good veiw, after a hard days work doing
what ever makes us all feel most contented with our efforts. Like stoving in David Camerons face, over and over, and over, and over again. I could
build up the BEST sweat!