Yes I did understand what you meant by "discrimination," I just don't like seeing the English language get butchered when what you're really talking about is racism and racial segregation. Using the right words helps make your case.
Why would anyone discriminate based upon ethnicity? It is beyond disgusting, and supporting such a business having that right is well words fail me.
If my post offends you, I deeply Apple-O-Jize.
Yes, because everyone knows that racial segregation and racism is not discrimination, that this discussion is not about racial discrimination, and advocating for businesses to be able to practice racial discrimination.....is not about discrimination!Yes I did understand what you meant by "discrimination," I just don't like seeing the English language get butchered when what you're really talking about is racism and racial segregation. Using the right words helps make your case.
Any more muddying you want to engage in?
discrimination by government is a unconstitutional action, because the constitution says that government cannot engage in such a practice, because it violates .....equality under the law.....which equality under the law applies for government only...not people.
discrimination is not a crime...because their is no rights violates.....rights violations are criminal law, discrimination is administrative law/regulations, and regulations are created to protect the public health and safety.
does discrimination against a person violate a person rights....no...does discrimination violate the public health and safety of the people....no.......therefore there is no victim for government to act for.
Last edited by Master PO; 05-04-15 at 07:39 PM.
Anti-Democracy advocate, Mixed government is the only good government
THE second point to be examined is, whether the [constitutional ]convention were authorized to frame and propose this mixed Constitution.
I have no interest in defending the straw man arguments you keep setting up. Adios.
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