2.) not basically, your OPINION is factually irrelevant. Just like it should when it comes to protecting equal rights
3.) no that will be 100% your choice
4.) so both of you share an OPINION, supported by zero fact awesome.
I think this bill discriminates against people who want to dress up like cartoon characters. I object to the bigotry.
seeing the fear and anger the bigots and people that support discrimination and are not in favor of equal rights is awesome, why?
simply because they know the writing is on the wall, equality is winning and bigotry and or discrimination is losing.
Im very happy i get to witness it in my life time, there was a time where i didnt think it would happen, i only thought my daughter would see it but thats not the case and its awesome and very inspiring to see my country work on righting one of its wrongs.
ALways a great thing to see legal, human and civil rights be honored and protected. Why this fact ever upsets and angers people ill never know.
If you understood that term you keep using I would care what you have to say, but thankfully, you haven't a clue what it means.2.) not basically, your OPINION is factually irrelevant. Just like it should when it comes to protecting equal rights
Oh right, the you don't have to go into business argument. I believe we already went over how stupid that argument is. Refer to the former posts on the subject.3.) no that will be 100% your choice
There is no way you could actually say that at this point.4.) so both of you share an OPINION, supported by zero fact awesome.
Of course it matters because it solidifies the argument that many are making here, and that is this is a law that although applies to everyone, (Like all laws are supposed too) really only a very small few that would ever need to use it.2.) doesnt matter who "embraces" the bill and actually in polling the majority embrace it, wrong again.
What facts? My experience is all I have. I've met many gays and they all exhibit the same character flaws. Perhaps your experiences are much different, are they?3.) your experience is also meaningless to the facts
Naw, can't be, but if it makes you feel better about yourself then I'm super duper ok with it.4.) yes that is just you
Claiming that the bill protects all of us is like stating the blatantly obvious, thank you. You have a remarkable knack for doing just that, but when challenged on the minutia and the finer details of a particular issue, you fall back on the painfully obvious and claim that the minutia and finer details lack standing. All laws protect all of us equally, at least they're supposed to, so now what AGENTJ, how do we further the argument? How about an approach similar to that presented here in this thread that perhaps, just perhaps after the factually recognizable obvious nature of all laws applying to all Americans, but the objective notion that perhaps, just maybe, maybe even most assuredly this particular law in all practical applications really only applies to homosexuals? And to further it even more, perhaps, just perhaps this law was designed to pin conservatives to the political wall in the Senate and the House, and was passed not so much because democrats care about homosexuals more than republicans, but to create a contentious issue for the upcoming mid-terms that would allow democrats that are in trouble because of Obamacare another manufactured football they can pass on to republicans and make whatever political hey they wish to make as a direct attack vehicle? Pandering doesn't make any sense, dems already have the gay vote, but they do need fodder, and painting republicans as racists, and homophobes seems to work well these days..as usual on this topic you are completely wrong and have no clue what you are talking about, try reading the bill, it protects you just like it protects all of us.
Always a pleasure using facts to prove you wrong and exposed and destroy your failed posts.
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Sorry authoritarian progs - everyday isn't Halloween and no "Bill" will make it Halloween.
Of course you don't respect my position and RIGHT to disagree...
what imaginary definition are you using?
2.) factually not happening, your point loses to facts again
no they can not break the law and violate rights
please let me know where you get your made up definition from and why it trumps facts, law, rights, court cases, ordinances, reality and court precedence cant wait to read the next bit of failed factually wrong, humor you post
3.) see #1 and #2
another one of your points destroyed by facts
4.) yes it was pointed out by me and others how stupid and mentally retarded your made up and failed argument was.
Facts are nobody forces you to break the law and violate peoples rights thats your choice, this fact will never change no matter home much humorous foot stomping you do
5.) of course i can because its true, unless of course youd like to list those facts that you think support your already proven lies now, please do so our entertainment can continue.
after that please post ANY fact you have that trump the facts, law, rights, court cases, ordinances, reality and court precedence that proves you wrong . . .heck . . post ONE thing . . . . one
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