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Politics I supposed to be the second-oldest profession. I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first.
God Bless the Marine Corps.
Yes...how awful that the MSM hasn't picked up on a CEO who supports equality...And yes, it is the same that happened with Chick-Fil-A. Now I want to see the same outrage by the MSM as we did when Chick-Fil-A owner said what he said.
I'm sorry, did you really just say supporting equality is a bad thing? Of course, I could also point out the difference in what the two CEO's said, one of which said he thought people should be denied equal rights and the other simply said we don't want your business, but I'm sure you're probably not interested in that.
If supporting equality is "political correctness", then sign me up.I doubt very much we will see it though, thus political correctness.
Again, I refer you back to the difference between what the two people said.If it doesn't fit into the lefts narrative it is not presented by most MSM outlets.
And for what it's worth, I have absolutely no problem with what Dan Cathy said. I still eat Chick-Fil-A. As long as Dan Cathy and Chick-Fil-A do not discriminate against homosexuals in their business, I have no problem with them. But there is a huge difference in what the two people said. One said they do not support equality. The other said they do not want the business of those who do not support equality. Big difference.
Which federal laws do this? I'm not asking a rhetorical question, I'm genuinely curious.It's not just about the Government's response; though I would be interested in finding out where it is you believe that the Government has the right to tell me I can't open a restaurant that caters ONLY to a certain group of people and ONLY hires certain groups of people.
There is NOTHING which prevents any person from speaking the truth. Speak the truth all you want (as long as you don't infringe upon another's rights). But just as you get to say what you want, I am equally allowed to say what I want about what you said.It's mostly about the ability of the citizenry to adversely affect the lifestyle of an individual for speaking the Truth rather than what people want to hear.
To borrow a quote from the movie The American President: "America isn't easy. America is advanced citizenship. You gotta want it bad, 'cause it's gonna put up a fight. It's gonna say "You want free speech? Let's see you acknowledge a man whose words make your blood boil, who's standing center stage and advocating at the top of his lungs that which you would spend a lifetime opposing at the top of yours."
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Blacks make the excuse that the grade schools they go to are poorer as to why they have the worst grades. I know that's BS, because I went to grade school in Baltimore. Furthermore, Asians have better grades than whites and sure as heck don't go to better schools than the whites. Even a glance at culture and it's clear that it's based on how likely a family is to emphasize education to their kids. I seriously hope Dr. Ben Carson gets more involved in politics, as he has hinted at, to get this message across to the black community. Obama's sorry *** does crap like talking to New Orleans in a tone as if they're victims of hatred that must rebel.
My disdain for feminists is not based on sexism. It's their sorry *** logic of expecting women to be treated like men if and only if it benefits them. They want the women given access to the front line military positions for promotion purposes, yet don't expect women to have to register for selective service. Heck, women don't even have the same physical standards for the same position in the military. Either abstract from gender on the resume or don't, but be consistent for crying out loud.
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