Mentioning World of Warcraft isn't convincing me that your time is valuable.This is what I do while my WoW toon is in flight.
He'll be landing shortly, no worries.
Contentment is integral to order. You care about order, you care about feelings by association.I couldn't care less about people's feewins, so you can stop right there.
I don't see how that relates to the point.The Justice in question was concerned about children born to this couple, not children adopted by this couple.
The nature of life and human identity in social and political terms is a philosophical question. The state defaults to the preferences of the non-ambiguous party in such matters. This doesn't relate at all.For example: Life comes first, because without it, there are no other freedoms. We're not discussing the mixed marriage of a couple who were aborted in the 3rd trimester for an obvious reason. Their own mother revoked their right to live, therefore so much less is it for some Justice to deny a marriage based on race.
Your admission that freedoms are important is a bit inconsistent with your earlier proposition that they should be shoved up my ass. You would have to develop that a bit more before it applies to anything being discussed in this thread. No one has provided a compelling argument for why the Justice's rationale is justified.Second is the 2nd, because it protects the 1st.
3rd is privacy, 4rd comes expression, 5th is association...and so on...
My impression was that he denied them because of his concern for the children born and I did shoot that reason down. It stacks too many freedoms (and judicial rulings) against something speculative and contingent.I would agree if you had quoted this Justices actual reasons and shot them down one by one.
Ministers are given exemption because of their occupation. They are servants of their faith. State officials don't have the same rights because of their occupations. They are public servants.According to the argument above, it would be illegal for a minister to refuse based on the fourteenth amendment.