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I'm seeing a hypocritical bigot here, but I can't see a Christian anywhere.
8/7/2010 10:41:29 PM
Religion is not a valid excuse for workplace discrimination throughout the country whereas sexual orientation is valid grounds in many states.
Whaaaaah! Gays have special rights and religious people are being persecuted!
8/8/2010 8:31:24 AM
Darwin's Lil' Girl
Okay, let's examine this for a moment.
For these two to even compare, the homosexual would have to be preaching that everyone else abandon their opposite-sex partners and take same-sex ones instead. That probably isn't happening, so the comparison is meaningless.
What's more likely is that the homosexual is talking about his experiences casually; a new partner, a crush, a break-up, friend's and family member's reactions to their coming out. In that case, for the comparison to work, the Christian would have to talk about their experiences casually; their time in church, or questions they have about their religion. That wouldn't get them fired. Why should it get the homosexual fired?
8/8/2010 8:56:44 PM
Right now? Or even a few years ago? You get fired fairly quickly for causing interference!
8/9/2010 7:50:25 AM
" they are seeking "special rights" in society and the work place. "
I've been asking fundies what these special rights are for 20 years, and none of them will tell me. It must be a secret.
8/9/2010 7:58:35 AM
If they said "I'm Christian" and leave it at that, no prob. If they started trying to convert everyone else, then they would be in trouble.
Same with homosexuals. If they only claim they are gay, no prob. If they keep try and hitting on people who said no, then there's problems.
The same applies to heterosexuals as well.
8/11/2010 12:19:50 AM
@mad the swine
B is not equivalent to D
Absolutely right, and absolutely obvious, and yet it seems totally incomprehensible to fundamentalists...
8/25/2010 6:38:19 AM
"You're totally equal to me - you just shouldn't have any of the rights that I do."
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