tomkaz

Remember when we were told the GOP was the disunity party that was at war with itself?

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11 mins ago, tomkaz said:

^^^ Definition of their Big Tent. They allow anyone in the front flap entrance, while tossing out the moderates out the back flap exit. Keeps the tent full, but makes it increasingly radical and deviant with every cycle....

Saw one the other day saying that if you are, for example, a black, gay, woman, then you are being triple smited and that they deserve a place at the table too, but the white guys don't have to leave, we just need more chairs at the table.

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1 min ago, Billybob said:

Saw one the other day saying that if you are, for example, a black, gay, woman, then you are being triple smited and that they deserve a place at the table too, but the white guys don't have to leave, we just need more chairs at the table.

Better have some table leaves too.

Ever see the size of some of these Democrats?

They need some elbow room, not just a place to rest their carcasses. 

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I don't get the whole identifying thing, it really shouldn't matter what gender or sex or color or religion you are.

Isn't the goal to make all that irrelevant?

Yet, it's special dammit.

There's a black caucus fer cryin out loud, how can you say you want to be equal, but you want a special caucus?

Can we get a slovak caucus?

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1 min ago, Billybob said:

I don't get the whole identifying thing, it really shouldn't matter what gender or sex or color or religion you are.

Isn't the goal to make all that irrelevant?

it's irrelevant, 

unless you want to discriminate against them,

or care that people are discriminating against them....

then it seems to matter.

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41 mins ago, RiverRaider said:

 

You don't have a right to cake... but you do have a right to religious freedom 

 

Gay's are going to have to lose out there... sorry 

Correct, there's no right to cake. But there's a right to Equal Protection.

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21 mins ago, patchyfog said:

Correct, there's no right to cake. But there's a right to Equal Protection.

Not sure what the above means.  But my guess is it falls in line with a headline posted from the NYT:  In Narrow Decision, Supreme Court Sides With Baker Who Turned Away Gay Couple.

 

 

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2 mins ago, playhard said:

Not sure what the above means.  But my guess is it falls in line with a headline posted from the NYT:  In Narrow Decision, Supreme Court Sides With Baker Who Turned Away Gay Couple.

 

 

Yes, Equal Protection and Due Process are the main justifications for the decisions re gay rights, marriage etc. As the NYT article notes, that recent decision is narrow, based on what they saw as unfair/hostile treatment to the baker's case in CO.

 

 

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45 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

it's irrelevant, 

unless you want to discriminate against them,

or care that people are discriminating against them....

then it seems to matter.

In Ct, 40% of the public school students are colored, but only 9% of the teachers are.

Is that discrimination?

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1 hour ago, tomkaz said:

Uh, that was over two months hiatus, but who is counting? (You apparently)


 

But it seemed like 30 minutes, tops. :howdy:

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40 mins ago, patchyfog said:

Correct, there's no right to cake. But there's a right to Equal Protection.

 

The Baker has that same right... the obvious difference being that the Baker has an actual right to freely practice his religion and to express himself, as he chooses The guy who demands the cake is merely a pot stirrer demanding something he has no actual right to

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Just now, RiverRaider said:

 

The Baker has that same right... the obvious difference being that the Baker has an actual right to freely practice his religion and to express himself as he chooses 

LOL

what religion includes denying service as part of the service?

 

this is why I didn't want to go into detail with what I said,

just another excuse for dumbass logic arguments.

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2 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

LOL

what religion includes denying service as part of the service?

 

this is why I didn't want to go into detail with what I said,

just another excuse for dumbass logic arguments.

Judaism 

Try ordering a cheeseburger at a kosher deli

 

Islam

Try ordering a bacon cheeseburger at a muslim food cart.

 

 

 

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1 min ago, RiverRaider said:

 

Whaaaa.... part of what service? 

the religious service,

where you practice your religion.....

 

Republicans need to freely practice their religion you said,

evidently discriminating against minority groups is part of their religious service,

key part......

 

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1 min ago, JimG said:

Judaism 

Try ordering a cheeseburger at a kosher deli

 

Islam

Try ordering a bacon cheeseburger at a muslim food cart.

LOL

let's keep having the same stupid argument day after day.

 

kosher deli not selling a product,

no problem,

kosher deli not serving a customer because they are a ______________

problem.

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