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    Re: Arkansas passes its own religious freedom bill despite uproar in Indiana

    This is all a revived and watered down version of 'no blacks allowed' in the old segregated South.

    That's where all this can go in the 'new' 21st' century.

    Simply amazing, isn't it.

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    Re: Arkansas passes its own religious freedom bill despite uproar in Indiana

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post
    Like I said in the other thread, the secular progressives along with a completely myopic MSM are using the gay rights movement as cover. This is ALL about moving religious America back into the church and ONLY the church, and even there it's not safe for them. If they had it all there way, they'd abolish religion completely, and all you people are not seeing this for what it is. To the gay left, You're the useful idiots, just like black American's, OWS are the useful idiots for the Democratic party. It's the same thing.. Sure they have the same goals perhaps, BUT stopping discrimination isn't where the ACLU's of the world, and Progressives want it to stop. Nope.. They want even less religion and places to practice it. THAT is their goal!


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    You do realize there are tons of gay christians right? How can they be using the gay supporters to accomplish an end to religion, when it's not even what they want?

    I think the real issue here is conflating marriage and other basic rights with religion, and homosexuality with anti religion. Anti discrimination laws really have nothing to do with religion, but with protecting minorities. That is the underlying principle. Your theory of some broader desire to end religion is rather pointless, when there is still discrimination.

    Let me tell you above all, the church pursuing these laws only drives people *away* from religion. It is in the church's best long-term interest to stop oppressing lgbt. The church is doing this to itself, as always

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