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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    does Xist mean christist or exist?
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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

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    does Xist mean christist or exist?
    Is a Christist someone who discriminates based on Christ?

    I'm an ex-ist. I used to be an "ist," but my ideas have changed.


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    This issue has been plowed more times than Paris Hilton.
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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Doesn't matter. They are running a business, they have employees, they are a company. **** them for being stupid.



    It's retarded to think that ****ing affects one's ability to perform the task of a financial aid adviser. That's a fundamentally retarded idea.

    By the way, that contract should be the basis for yanking their qualification as an institution that receives federal financial aid. They deserve to receive consequences for their stupid decisions, too.
    What's retard, with all due respect, is to suggest that the issue is whether her pre-marital sex affected her physical ability to perform her task of financial aid adviser - that's not the point at all - the point is that this woman had direct contact with students and in every religion based educational institution I've ever known, and I have some experience in this regard, employees who are in direct contact with students must live and act in a way that is consistent with the religious moral teachings of that institution. You may not like it but it is their constitutional right, further validated by the provisions of the Civil Rights Act. As an example, a teacher who works in the evenings as a prostitute may be perfectly able to teach the kiddies their ABCs, but if her other vocation is discovered, she's gone, no matter how technically great a teacher she was. And before you start accusing me of comparing prostitution to pre-marital sex, I'm not - the acts are not equivalent, the consequences are.

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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    What's retard, with all due respect, is to suggest that the issue is whether her pre-marital sex affected her physical ability to perform her task of financial aid adviser
    Exactly. That's why the company is retarded to have it's employees sign such a retarded contract. The employee's job is not to be Christian. If the company does not care about how phenomenally stupid their choices are, so be it, but they should be willing to accept the consequences of their stupid decisions (which should be a lack of any federal funding).

    They are free to be stupid, just not on my dime.
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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Exactly. That's why the company is retarded to have it's employees sign such a retarded contract. The employee's job is not to be Christian. If the company does not care about how phenomenally stupid their choices are, so be it, but they should be willing to accept the consequences of their stupid decisions (which should be a lack of any federal funding).

    They are free to be stupid, just not on my dime.
    Clearly, you have a far different understanding of the entirety of education than I do, from experience.

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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    Clearly, you have a far different understanding of the entirety of education than I do, from experience.
    If you mean that I have a real understanding of education, while you have the inherently silly idea that that ****ing during one's own private time has any affect on one's ability to perform their job as a financial aid adviser, then yes, incredibly different. I understand that people have silly ideas, and I think that they should be free to do crap based on silly ideas all that they want, I just don't support the idea that we, the people, should foot the bill for it.

    But I'm willing to take a Christian view on things. Judge not, lest ye be judged yourself. They judged. So **** 'em.
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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    If you mean that I have a real understanding of education, while you have the inherently silly idea that that ****ing during one's own private time has any affect on one's ability to perform their job as a financial aid adviser, then yes, incredibly different. I understand that people have silly ideas, and I think that they should be free to do crap based on silly ideas all that they want, I just don't support the idea that we, the people, should foot the bill for it.

    But I'm willing to take a Christian view on things. Judge not, lest ye be judged yourself. They judged. So **** 'em.
    And you're perfectly free to have an irrational, emotional, disrespectful view of Christians and their beliefs - you wouldn't be the first and you won't be the last - and you are perfectly free to be totally wrong on the facts - fact remains, the institution has the legal and constitutional right to do so, no matter how offensively you describe it.

    I don't judge the behavior of the individual, with the exception of her being unfaithful to the terms of the contract she signed - I believe actions have consequences - some people, apparently don't.

    I'm not a religious person and I'm unconcerned with the Christian view of personal behavior. I am a person who believes in personal responsibility and if I enter into a contract, I honor the terms of that contract or I suffer the consequences of non-compliance. I don't run around claiming the terms were unfair or retarded after I gained benefit from the contract but lost that benefit through my own negligence.

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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    And you're perfectly free to have an irrational, emotional, disrespectful view of Christians and their beliefs - you wouldn't be the first and you won't be the last - and you are perfectly free to be totally wrong on the facts - fact remains, the institution has the legal and constitutional right to do so, no matter how offensively you describe it.

    I don't judge the behavior of the individual, with the exception of her being unfaithful to the terms of the contract she signed - I believe actions have consequences - some people, apparently don't.

    I'm not a religious person and I'm unconcerned with the Christian view of personal behavior. I am a person who believes in personal responsibility and if I enter into a contract, I honor the terms of that contract or I suffer the consequences of non-compliance. I don't run around claiming the terms were unfair or retarded after I gained benefit from the contract but lost that benefit through my own negligence.
    Contracts have to be free of discrimination and legally enforceable. For example, I can not make a white employee sign a contract that prohibits them from marrying black people. If the above contract is enforced only when violated by women but not men, then the contract is not legal. Lawyers must wrangle out the details.

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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by calamity View Post
    Contracts have to be free of discrimination and legally enforceable. For example, I can not make a white employee sign a contract that prohibits them from marrying black people. If the above contract is enforced only against women but not men, then the contract is not legal.
    Your example is totally irrelevant - if you can site any provision of the contract this woman signed that was legally unenforceable under existing US law, show it or prove it, but nonsensical comparisons are just that, nonsense.

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    Re: Woman fired for having sex

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    Your example is totally irrelevant - if you can site any provision of the contract this woman signed that was legally unenforceable under existing US law, show it or prove it, but nonsensical comparisons are just that, nonsense.
    Is she a woman? The proof that the contract was violated was that she turned up pregnant. No such "proof" exists for men. I guarantee a good lawyer voids out the contract, and gets punitive damages for his client due to the organization putting her under an illegal contract.

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