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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    I'm trying to imagine how exactly a crucifix could be particularly disruptive, but my imagination is failing me.
    Well it's the same way a T-shirt with a bible quote or a religious signature on a member's profile is "hate speech".

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Absent a compelling reason, judges should not be interfering with people's religious beliefs. And I don't see any compelling reason in this case.
    Of course you don't see a compelling reason, you support students wearing pitot costumes into the class in support of a bogus 'religion'

    I mean if you don't see what's wrong with that then your judgment is pretty wak.

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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Well it's the same way a T-shirt with a bible quote or a religious signature on a member's profile is "hate speech".



    Of course you don't see a compelling reason, you support students wearing pitot costumes into the class in support of a bogus 'religion'

    I mean if you don't see what's wrong with that then your judgment is pretty wak.
    When, where, and what was the case of anyone being charged for "hate speech" over a bible quote or a religious signiture ? Was it maybe a school administrator banning a student for something such as "Jesus hates qeeers". ?
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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    If a judge asked a Christian to take off a particularly disruptive crucifix, that Christian would have to comply even though the crucifix is "religious in nature".
    I also would like to know what exactly is a "disruptive crucifix"! Is it one that has flashing red lights where the nails are and running neon red lights in the side gash? Otherwise I do not comprehend a "particularly disruptive crucifix".
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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Well it's the same way a T-shirt with a bible quote or a religious signature on a member's profile is "hate speech".
    I don't know what you're referring to, but a judge has no business making someone cover up a T-shirt with a Bible quote on it. I'd question why they were wearing a T-shirt in a courtroom in the first place, but that's a different topic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry
    Of course you don't see a compelling reason, you support students wearing pitot costumes into the class in support of a bogus 'religion'

    I mean if you don't see what's wrong with that then your judgment is pretty wak.
    Now I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. But I suspect that was your intention.
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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    I also would like to know what exactly is a "disruptive crucifix"! Is it one that has flashing red lights where the nails are and running neon red lights in the side gash? Otherwise I do not comprehend a "particularly disruptive crucifix".
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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    I don't know what you're referring to...
    So after a couple days do you just forget threads we have here on students wearing t-shirts quoting homosexuality as a sin and how you people call such shirts hate speech? Or do you only forget about the pastapherians with ACLU lawyers who sue the school district for making them change out of their pirate costumes? Bong Hits for Jesus ring a bell? No? Short memory you have.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    but a judge has no business making someone cover up a T-shirt with a Bible quote on it. I'd question why they were wearing a T-shirt in a courtroom in the first place, but that's a different topic.
    ...talkin about "disruptive" religious clothing per-se, not neseseraly what happened in a court room...tryin to make a specific point here and you just aren't following along...

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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Gardener View Post
    She said nothing about them taking over the country.

    It has more to do with moving the bar by demanding special accomidations. THis has proven a successful strategy in the U.K. where the accomidations have now become such that certain practices of Sharia law now receive the full support of the British legal system.

    This is a POLITICAL move aimed at exerting pressure upon our own legal system towards similar ends (althouth the position reached in the U.K. is by no means an endpoint).
    Do you have proof about these allegations towards Britain? I know that the gov't is very PC and out of control but I don't believe what you are saying about Sharia law is correct. Not that the right of a private person to wear a veil is Sharia law.
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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by JakeFromWI View Post
    30 years lol. Around the same time we let black people drink from the same fountains as white people. The same time gays were killed because they were gay. That was soooooooooo long ago.
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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    I don't know what you're referring to, but a judge has no business making someone cover up a T-shirt with a Bible quote on it. I'd question why they were wearing a T-shirt in a courtroom in the first place, but that's a different topic.

    Now I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. But I suspect that was your intention.
    Actually a judge can eject a person or hold them in contempt of court for being inappropriately dressed.

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    Re: Michigan courts given leeway to force veil removal

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    I also would like to know what exactly is a "disruptive crucifix"! Is it one that has flashing red lights where the nails are and running neon red lights in the side gash? Otherwise I do not comprehend a "particularly disruptive crucifix".
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
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    I think Jerry's talking about the high school student who came into school wearing an over-sized cross that doubled as an electric guitar.
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    Just for reference, means my post was a giant steaming pile of sarcasm.

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