Jews refusing Catholics and Catholics refusing Muslims. The list goes on and on.
While religious freedom is a wonderful thing, it can also come and bite you in the arse.
YOU made a statement (paraphrase) "Obamacare is trying to make the Little Sisters of the Poor pay for contraception services"
I posted a link
You refused to accept a factual statement and then turn my followup into a personal attack on you.
One more time "Another example of just why political conversations so often turn into circle spinning. I post, "Do a bit of non-biased reading to find the true story." and the response seemingly says I don't care what I read or hear that contradicts my beliefs because I KNOW THE TRUTH!"
Why is pointing out that a statement made was untrue seen as "arrogance"?
also - Alexis de Tocqueville never wrote your sig.
“And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
~ James Madison, letter to Edward Livingston, July 10, 1822
Yes, the owner of the business should have the right. A satanist owns a retail store and only wants to work with other satanists? Great! His right.That's seriously messed up. You think that someone should, by virtue of wealth and owning stuff, be able to punish someone for their religious affiliation? I will never understand the pro-aristocracy mindset that so many conservatives have.