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On the other hand, religious freedom and the freedom of speech are both extremely well protected in the United States. An example for each: Scientology is considered a religion and it is allowed to operate even though it's obviously a money hungry cult. Other countries aren't so generous to them. And the Westboro Baptist Church continues to go around the country saying things that nobody likes and yet the only thing the government has done to stop them is say they have to picket a little further away from funerals than they previously had been. Free speech law hasn't really changed at all in hundreds of years.
Discrimination isn't speech, it's bigotry. Allowing businesses to discriminate makes people less free, not more. There's a reason the Civil Rights Act was passed, and it wasn't because business owners were too free, it was because minorities were treated as subhuman and thus they had limited freedom. It shocks me how many people want to go backward thinking it's forward.
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And it is not good enough for waiting for businesses to change because it they find discriminating is "not find it in their interest". Economy is not the way to change bigoted attitudes of businesses, for that a law has been made and businesses who do not comply with that law have to suffer the legal consequence for their misdeeds.
Dutch Medal count Paralympics Rio 17 gold 19 silver 26 bronze
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