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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

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    Not if the goal strips people of their constitutional rights.
    I don't believe your goal follows the constitution. The idea is to function as one in areas that provide for the common good. You're proposing hurting that union.

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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    There are zero restrictions listed in the 1st Amendment.
    Do you personally believe no right should have any restrictions?

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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    Quote Originally Posted by vegas giants View Post
    Do you personally believe no right should have any restrictions?
    Rights have no restrictions. Free speech isn't restricted in any way.
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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Which church are you an online-only member of?

    Bars should use this technology too. That way people could drink together only online. Every bar should embrace that technology. So should all movie theaters, sports stadiums, and all other social events. Really, no one should ever get together for anything again except online. People should only go on dates online too.
    right now all bars are closed due to the pandemic...so they would have to do it online if they were to want to congregate. Movie theatres, sports and all other social events are also cancelled...hell all of the spring events in Charleston are cancelled and they are huge money makers for the city.

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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    Quote Originally Posted by dave8383 View Post
    I don't believe your goal follows the constitution. The idea is to function as one in areas that provide for the common good. You're proposing hurting that union.
    Not at the expense of our constitutional rights.
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    I always got Aunt Jemima and Mrs. Butterworth mixed up!
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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    Quote Originally Posted by ClaraD View Post
    right now all bars are closed due to the pandemic...so they would have to do it online if they were to want to congregate. Movie theatres, sports and all other social events are also cancelled...hell all of the spring events in Charleston are cancelled and they are huge money makers for the city.
    All that money is supposed to go to the richest people on earth - WalMart heirs, Bezos, Bloomberg etc and of course Chinese billionaires. People shouldn't be giving their money to bars, movie theaters, sporting and social events or city government. That's stealing from the richest people on earth.

    The 24/7 every day, week and month bio-terrorism campaign of all info outlets 100% owned and controlled by the super rich put an end to all the money being diverted from them. You completely agree with them about that too like almost everyone does. Why? Their talking heads on TV tell you to.

    Who are you rooting for to win the money gathering contest between the Walton heirs and Bezos? Which is your favorite international gzillionaire team - WalMart or Amazon? That is the singular public policy purpose of your life now.
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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    Quote Originally Posted by SLC View Post
    The Pastor of the Church is black.
    So is the Mayor.

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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    All that money is supposed to go to the richest people on earth - WalMart heirs, Bezos, Bloomberg etc and of course Chinese billionaires. People shouldn't be giving their money to bars, movie theaters, sporting and social events or city government. That's stealing from the richest people on earth.

    The 24/7 every day, week and month bio-terrorism campaign of all info outlets 100% owned and controlled by the super rich put an end to all the money being diverted from them. You completely agree with them about that too like almost everyone does. Why? Their talking heads on TV tell you to.

    Who are you rooting for to win the money gathering contest between the Walton heirs and Bezos? Which is your favorite international gzillionaire team - WalMart or Amazon? That is the singular public policy purpose of your life now.
    what in the unholy fk does your post have to do with what I said?

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    Re: Mississippi churchgoers fined $500 while attending drive-in service

    In reference to the claims that it will violate the Constitution..the Supreme Court already ruled that curfews in certain circumstances(including a pandemic) do not violate the Constitution

    The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that this right may be legitimately curtailed when a community has been ravaged by flood, fire, or disease, or when its safety and WELFARE are otherwise threatened. Zemel v. Rusk, 381 U.S. 1, 85 S. Ct. 1271, 14 L. Ed. 2d 179 (1965). The California Court of Appeals cited this ruling in a case that reviewed an order issued by the city of Long Beach, California, which declared a state of emergency and imposed curfews on all adults (and minors) within the city's confines after widespread civil disorder broke out following the Rodney G. King beating trial, in which four white Los Angeles police officers were acquitted of using excessive force in subduing an African-American motorist following a high-speed traffic chase. In re Juan C., 28 Cal. App. 4th 1093, 33 Cal. Rptr. 2d 919 (Cal. App. 1994).

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