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[*] posted on 11-10-2017 at 11:13
US 2nd amendment right to freedom of expression


I heartily support the 2nd amendment rights of the constitution. I believe it is the foundation of our freedom in the United States of America.

"Religious freedom" should fall under the same protections. That is, equal protection under the law for all religions as long as they don't supersede other constitutionally guaranteed freedoms.

However, this does not mean that religious institutions:

1. should not pay property taxes
2. should have the right to override civil law, such as refusing to serve customers at a pharmacy, or provide for wedding arrangements for LGBT people.
3. Require separate bathrooms, at taxpayer expense, for all the different flavors of sexuality now claimed. We now have: women, men, transgenders, etc. They don't all need separate bathrooms under the law or a document to tell them which bathroom is lawful.




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[*] posted on 11-10-2017 at 13:18


Some event has clearly rattled you Magpie.

What are the details ?




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[*] posted on 11-10-2017 at 13:51


Sorry Magpie, but this is a pretty blatant violation of the no-politics policy since it doesn't pertain to amateur chemistry in any way. I can't let it stay open.

Edit: also I assume you mean the 1st Amendment...

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[*] posted on 11-10-2017 at 15:14
US 2nd amendment right to freedom of expression


I heartily support the 2nd amendment rights of the constitution. I believe it is the foundation of our freedom in the United States of America.

"Religious freedom" should fall under the same protections. That is, equal protection under the law for all religions as long as they don't supersede other constitutionally guaranteed freedoms.

However, this does not mean that religious institutions:

1. should not pay property taxes
2. should have the right to override civil law, such as refusing to serve customers at a pharmacy, or provide for wedding arrangements for LGBT people.
3. Require separate bathrooms, at taxpayer expense, for all the different flavors of sexuality now claimed. We now have: women, men, transgenders, etc. They don't all need separate bathrooms under the law or a document to tell them which bathroom is lawful.

The baby grandpa attorney general rattled me with his latest directive.




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[*] posted on 11-10-2017 at 23:20


Please, please, please everyone, try not to let ANY flavor of politics implode everything open minded, good and rational here into a festering singularity of WTF?!

All of your sacred political cows need to be pastured SOMEWHERE THE FUCK ELSE. Yours, mine, whoevers. Don't care if you think Hitler was right about the autobahns but just took it too far, or if you know for certain that the tradition of western classical education needs to be redefined to empower LGBTQ, non cis male, non European white normative dialectics. LEAVE IT ALL OUTSIDE THE DOOR.





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