why should Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Atheists, Deists, Agnostics, have to suffer because folks don't want Christians drinking on Sunday?
it makes zero sense.
This thread has come down to nothing more than a long winded, repetitive rant by one person.
"No hypothesis ought to be maintained if a single phenomenon stands in direct opposition to it." - Lord Bolingbroke
if I, as a Jew and a non-Christian can't buy alcohol for my enjoyment, because some folks passed a law with the intent of keeping Christians from drinking alcohol on Sunday, my rights are being violated.
why not simply pass a law banning CHRISTIANS from buying alcohol on Sunday? why must Jews, Hindus, Atheists, Agnostics, Deists, Buddhists, have to suffer due to a law thats intended for Christians?
it makes zero sense.
True conservatives, of course, don't support the blue laws, and so there is no real hypocrisy there. Perhaps a better title would be something about authoritarians hiding behind conservative masks.
Authoritarians are not really conservatives, even if they tell you they are.
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
The Tea Party probably has a number of hypocritical people. Many oppose healthcare but want to be covered if they got sick.
Once a Critic, Cancer Survivor Now Supports Obamacare
Then you have the misspelled signs: "Respect ARE country speak English"
Tee Purtiers Knead Spelchek | Mother Jones
And this one: "Keep govt out of my Medicare"
The most ridiculous and misspelled tea party protest signs - Gossip Rocks Forum
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