Ive never heard of pizza being served at wedding receptions and if someone ever invited me to a wedding in which I knew pizza would be served I probably would decline to go.
And keep that money coming in.
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The power to regulate the market in order to promote commerce has been considered a sovereign and legitimate power of govt for centuries.
And discrimination has the possibility of causing harm....to commerce. And that harms the nation and all of us.Because it has the possibility of causing harm. Whether someone reacts or not is not relevant because there was no way to tell if someone is going to react or not before someone yells "fire". The odds and statistics however are that people WILL react and someone WILL get harmed.
Discrimination affects interstate commerce. I'm a distributor. I sell and deliver my product to customers in at least four different states. If one of my trucks breaks down in Podunk, PA and the local repair shop won't fix it because they have some BS "religious" objection to the driver, it most certainly does harm my business. And if I decide not to service certain areas because such discrimination is too common there, then not only is my business harmed, but all of the businesses in that area that can no longer purchase my product are also harmed.The Federal government may only regulate interstate commerce. A business denying someone a service intrastate does not fall with in their purview and does not affect the entire nation as a whole.
This so-called "right" to discriminate is extremely disruptive to commerce. It should be banned.
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this came from google dictionary when I typed it in.
the ability or willingness to tolerate something, in particular the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with
you are just trying to split hairs. there is no difference in the meanings. poor argument to try and make.
so there is no lie.
fact is you just don't like the fact that you are not the tolerant person you think you are.
You really make it your business to assume whatever makes you feel better, don't you?
It is none of my business what anyone else is doing, even if I don't agree.
I don't judge at all, period.
Not my place.
You really need to try and keep words in perspective and work on separating your emotions from comprehension.
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