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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    Building illegal and unsafe buildings are not rights.
    Maybe not, but FEMA does it all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Umm, someone who refuses to pay the fines is not "taking the punishment for breaking the law"
    Well if he's not paying the fines, the local law enforcement will put him in jail, yes?

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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    Maybe not, but FEMA does it all the time.
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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy the Kid View Post
    Well if he's not paying the fines, the local law enforcement will put him in jail, yes?
    Not necesarily, but once again, you are posting non-answers because your beliefs are unrealistic.
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    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    Misterveritis he was told he cannot hold his services untill he complies. I hope that satisfies you as the extra steps they took. Seems it was 96 code violations and 67 convictions of Class 1 Misdemeanors. I thought the OParticle was ambigous and missing facts (what the citations were for) but in fact they were wrong and called 67 convitions code violations.
    Yes. Actually it does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Not necesarily, but once again, you are posting non-answers because your beliefs are unrealistic.

    Why would the law enforcement not arrest the man if he's broken the law? If they don't then they're not doing their job, yes?


    My beliefs as to freedom to worship as you please, are basic, and Constitutaional, yes? Don't see how they have anything to do with this guys problems.

    He, like you and me, have the same rights, yes? So he decided to exercise his this way. Legal or not legal is up to those in law enforcement/city council. But he has the right to fight for what he believes in, as we all do.

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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy the Kid View Post
    Why would the law enforcement not arrest the man if he's broken the law? If they don't then they're not doing their job, yes?
    For the same reason you won't answer simple questions or respond to simple points - because you're not doing a good job either


    My beliefs as to freedom to worship as you please, are basic, and Constitutaional, yes?
    No. They're bizarre and convoluted

    Don't see how they have anything to do with this guys problems.
    It's not the first time in this thread that you "havent seen" what most everyone else considers obvious


    He, like you and me, have the same rights, yes? So he decided to exercise his this way. Legal or not legal is up to those in law enforcement/city council. But he has the right to fight for what he believes in, as we all do.
    There is no "his way" and no, he does not have any "right" to break the law.

    This is Constitutional Law 101, and you have failed
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    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy the Kid View Post
    Why would the law enforcement not arrest the man if he's broken the law? If they don't then they're not doing their job, yes?


    My beliefs as to freedom to worship as you please, are basic, and Constitutaional, yes? Don't see how they have anything to do with this guys problems.

    He, like you and me, have the same rights, yes? So he decided to exercise his this way. Legal or not legal is up to those in law enforcement/city council. But he has the right to fight for what he believes in, as we all do.
    You do not seem to understand what freedoms are. I will ask again is human sacrifice allowed do to freedom of religion? If you answer yes then you do not understand anything about freedom or the constitution and frankly are a very disturbed person. If you answer no then please explain where it says which laws you can break in exercising your freedom of religion.
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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    For the same reason you won't answer simple questions or respond to simple points - because you're not doing a good job either




    No. They're bizarre and convoluted




    It's not the first time in this thread that you "havent seen" what most everyone else considers obvious




    There is no "his way" and no, he does not have any "right" to break the law.

    This is Constitutional Law 101, and you have failed


    The guy can break the law if he chooses, better wording? The law has the right to arrest him.
    Because you don't agree is something you'll have to deal with.

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    Re: Homeowner Jailed for Hosting Bible Study

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy the Kid View Post
    The guy can break the law if he chooses, better wording? The law has the right to arrest him.
    Because you don't agree is something you'll have to deal with.
    I didn't disagree that he's breaking the law or that the govt has the right to arrest him

    I disagreed when you said

    1) He's protesting
    2) He has the right to break the law
    3) this has something to do with freedom of religion
    4) He's taking the punishment for his crimes
    Quote Originally Posted by matchlight View Post
    Justice Thomas' opinions consistently contain precise, detailed constitutional analyses.
    Quote Originally Posted by jaeger19 View Post
    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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