Last edited by Henrin; 03-12-13 at 11:56 PM.
If the owner of the towns only drug store doesn't fill the Muslim kids antibiotic prescription and he dies that is very bad for all of us. Same if the only gas station refuses to sell to an Asian woman.
If we were to allow such behavior then chaos will result. I would personally torch a white only diner. It is just something that should no longer exist.
And your point? Where is the right violation in there? Being bad for one person, a group or the entire country =/= a right violation. Saying no is not inflicting violence or violating the rights of anyone even if they die without access.If the owner of the towns only drug store doesn't fill the Muslim kids antibiotic prescription and he dies that is very bad for all of us. Same if the only gas station refuses to sell to an Asian woman.
Then you would be arrested. One of the jobs of the government is respect the wishes of property owners and to protect their property against people that would burn it to the ground.If we were to allow such behavior then chaos will result. I would personally torch a white only diner. It is just something that should no longer exist.
You make it up as you go along.
You never have to cite where you get this nonsense from.
You pontificate and invent rules which suit you.
You are not debating. You are playing God in your own little fantasy world where none of the other 312 million Americans have to live. That would be fine with me as long as you did not do it here so as to try and screw things up for the rest of us who are indeed grounded in reality.
There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.... John Rogers
First of all, there was no CSA. It was a very loose association of "free states." If there was a CSA, they might have won, but Davis couldn't get the states to raise troops and money for the other states. What you fail to address about Ft. Sumter is what right South Carolina had to it after they had already ceded it to the United States.Now what people always fail to address about Ft Sumter is that the CSA didn't just up and open a can of whoopass on them. They gave them more than a reasonable chance to leave. It was Lincoln who kept them there in order to provoke confrontation and give pretext for War.
It could not have been possible. Would the South come back peacefully if asked? No. But you ask the opposite question and then declare Lincoln a "tyrant" because he had the guts to fight a war that needed to be fought.I never said that peaceful seperation was possible I said that it SHOULD have been. Meaning it is what "ought" to have happen. The Tyrant would have never allowed this, but he SHOULD have.
312 million other people can not tell someone in a free society they are not allowed to practice their rights because they happen to need to use their property. The very fact that it happened in this country is a problem and should be treated as one no matter what the reasons of property owner are. No one has a right to use other peoples property, and no, I did not make that up. It has been general rule of property since the beginning of time. Collectively owned and private property are governed by this same rule.
Last edited by Henrin; 03-13-13 at 10:57 AM.