Last edited by winston53660; 06-25-11 at 02:35 PM.
Question: why should religious instititions and religious affiliatted groups and non-profits, be able to discriminate against gays, but not everybody else?
what if a regular band doesn't want to play at a gay-wedding?
what if a regular wedding hall doesn't want to host a gay wedding?
what if a private employer doesn't want to give pension and other beneficiary rights to gay couples?
why should religious groups have the right to live by their moral views, but not other folks?
(devil's advocate asks: should a wedding hall be allowed to refuse to serve an inter-racial wedding? hmmmm.....this is gonna bring up some serious issues of freedom of speech and association)
Last edited by Thunder; 06-25-11 at 02:54 PM.
The ghost of Jack Kevorkian for President's Physician: 2016
things such as who you hire, who you work for, who you buy a car from, who you have dinner with - all come with various types of discrimination.
when government forces you to stop discriminating based on your core beliefs, it is a loss of a right. this is true regardless of where you fall on the class warfare divide that you so eagerly embrace.