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« Atlas_Shrugs wrote on Thursday, Mar 07 at 04:09 PM »
To Bearclaw, Please provide some logic to your argument. If you could shed light on data that refutes our guaranteed rights as American citizens or contradicts the former studies disproving any correlation between the previous "assault-weapons" ban and reduction in violence, you might be worth acknowledging. Until then, leave emotion at the door. It is your only tool and quite honestly, a weak form of argument. You are obviously relying upon it because you have no ground on which to stand in your attempt to strip us of our rights.
« Bearclaw wrote on Thursday, Mar 07 at 03:20 PM »
I'd like to watch you say all this to the Sandy Hook Elementary parents as they visit their kindergartners' graves.
« RentGearHere wrote on Thursday, Mar 07 at 02:13 PM »
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« ThatSpectrumGirl wrote on Thursday, Feb 28 at 05:04 PM »
// -That means you're essentially "intolerant" of my "intolerance?" // It is not intolerance to want to prevent the negative treatment of a group of people. Nobody is preventing Christians from practicing their beliefs, but rather preventing Christians from affecting the lives of others. You have a right to your beliefs, but not a right to a society run according to those beliefs or to a society free of people who don't hold your beliefs.
« cougartackle wrote on Thursday, Feb 28 at 04:40 PM »
Thank you for the support!!!!
« cougartackle wrote on Thursday, Feb 28 at 04:17 PM »
Ive always been amazed by the similarities between the arguments against gay marriage and for slavery and segregation.
« cougartackle wrote on Thursday, Feb 28 at 03:59 PM »
Bigot (n)-someone who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief, or opinion. "So let me get this straight: Because I, an "Evangelical Christian" considers homosexuality to be wrong, I'm a "bigot?" short answer: yes. answer: yeah, actually that's right next to text book definition of bigotry. You condemn the actions of others based on nothing more than your conditioned beliefs as an "evangelical Christian".
« ThatSpectrumGirl wrote on Thursday, Feb 28 at 03:41 PM »
Have you read Marx? What Marx wrote and what his followers actually did were often two very different things. To accuse someone of communism is nothing more than an outdated throwback to McCarthyism, and last time I checked, it isn't the 50s anymore.
« ThatSpectrumGirl wrote on Thursday, Feb 28 at 03:09 PM »
Thank you, Plainsman, for your support. We all appreciate it! We hope that some day, we'll have the equal rights and protections enjoyed by those who already have them. Until then, We'll be Drag'ing on!
« ThatSpectrumGirl wrote on Thursday, Feb 28 at 03:06 PM »
//Assumes facts -- and quite a few of them -- not in evidence. Assumes that there are no paths to equal financial and legal rights outside of re-shaping what marriage has always meant. // If you aren't selling your daughter for a few donkeys or receiving 50 shekels of silver for her rape, then marriage has already been redefined. To further exclude human rights because of religious reasoning goes against the First Amendment, you know, the one that prevents religion from legally impacting those who don't follow it. As far as equal paths to financial and legal rights, did you know that it can cost upwards of $15,000 to have legal documents drawn up to circumvent marriage certificates? I don't think a $50 marriage certificate is equal to $15,000, but who knows, I'm just in Liberal Arts. Maybe I don't understand those maths. How is adding more families to the mix fundamentally challenging families? Is a gay couple getting married going to cause the divorce or straight couples? Nope. Is a gay couple getting married going to prevent a straight couple getting married? Only if they beat them to the courthouse and are in front of them in line at closing time.
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