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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by Black Manta View Post
    That is an unfair blanket statement about as diverse group of people. It sounds as stupid as people saying "the left."
    No, it is a well-documented fact that the right is, as a group, overwhelmingly opposed to laws that prohibit discrimination
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    Justice Thomas' opinions consistently contain precise, detailed constitutional analyses.
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    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    1.)What facts did you present?



    Except there is no rights in question to care about for these people. They have no right to have access, to use, or buy anything.



    3.) This is a different series of posts.
    YOU BACK AGAIN!? lol
    1.) that the american justice system doesnt care about your opinion and that your opinion is only that
    2.) false, facts disagree with you
    3.) nope, its the same, you pushing your opinions and what you want to be true as facts and you losing to the real facts
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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    No, it is a well-documented fact that the right is, as a group, overwhelmingly opposed to laws that prohibit discrimination
    You definitely put the "HA" back in Sangha. Do you have any documentation for that particular well documented fact?

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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective-J View Post
    YOU BACK AGAIN!? lol
    1.) that your rights end at infringing on others and that what you called fact was only opinion
    Except only one party has a right to access, use, and deciding sale of property. The other party lacks all of these things and when you force yourself onto the property you are in fact infringing on their rights. You still have it backwards it seems.

    2.) false, facts disagree with you
    Nope, afraid not.

    3.) nope, its the same, you pushing your opinions and what you want to be true as facts and you losing to the real facts
    Sigh..

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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by Black Manta View Post
    Yes it was no matter how you try to slice it.
    Here is what I said:
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    A sterling example of the rights' delusional thought process - We need to repeal laws against discrimination so businesses that don't discriminate can continue not discriminating

    Since I don't say that every rightwinger thinks like this, or even most rightwingers, please explain why you believe that this was a "blanket" statement that covers every rightwinger?
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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Except only one party has a right to access, use, and deciding sale of property. The other party lacks all of these things and when you force yourself onto the property you are in fact infringing on their rights. You still have it backwards it seems.
    So do you believe an employer has the right to fire an employee (male or female, including yourself, your wife, daughter, etc) because the employee refuse to give the boss a BJ?
    Quote Originally Posted by matchlight View Post
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    the vast majority of folks that need healthcare are on Medicare.. both rich and poor..

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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    So do you believe an employer has the right to fire an employee (male or female, including yourself, your wife, daughter, etc) because the employee refuse to give the boss a BJ?
    Yes.

    See O-J, all you had to do was ask the question like this and I would have answered.

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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by Aderleth View Post
    Nope. I'd be happy to explain how the CRA is constitutional if you like. Or I could just point you towards the caselaw and you can read about it yourself.
    Somehow, I think the words "To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes" are going to be abused...

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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Yes.

    See O-J, all you had to do was ask the question like this and I would have answered.
    Your response to O-J was cowardly and disingenous. His intent was clear.
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    Re: Would businesses discriminate today? Are laws against discrimination necessary?[W

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Your response to O-J was cowardly and disingenous. His intent was clear.
    No, it was based on a bad premise and if I answered the question in the way he desired I would be forced to accept it.

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