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  • #16
    Originally posted by 2233boys View Post
    Discrimination in the public sector = freedom Curious

    I am sure they felt the same way about buses and lunch counters at one time.

    Total bastardization of Christianity if you ask me. It is what it is though.
    This wasn't gay people wandering into a bakery and being horrified that they wouldn't be served. This was intentionally designed to force a court case, because the activists will never stop at tolerance. They want total acceptance, under penalty of law.

    And they won't stop at the old meanie Christianity. After they have finished with that, they will have no use for smiley face Christianity either, because what's the point?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by pdom View Post
      Pimping ain’t easy, Colorado. Hoes don’t always want to do things you want them to do.
      Day drinking, huh?

      Welp, see ya later.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Kbrown View Post
        Day drinking, huh?

        Welp, see ya later.
        Drinking...At this time of day? That would be uncivilized.

        Do things differently in the ‘Rado and it ain’t pimpin

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Kbrown View Post
          Day drinking, huh?

          Welp, see ya later.
          Freaky. I am listening to the theme song to The Fresh Prince wen I read this post and "welp, smell ya later" hit my ears right before I read the last line of yours. Just freaky.

          Oh, and good on the Justices. It is the right decision. Skid explained it best earlier in the thread. To force someone to serve/make/deliver goods that are against their beliefs is tantamount to fascism. You know, that thing that the left is saying the right is.
          2016 DCC LOTY Fantasy Football Champion

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          • #20
            People are dumb.

            If a dude won’t bake you a cake, go down the street to the next bakery. Why would you want to spend hard earned money in an establishment that doesn’t want your business?

            Other than the desire to stir shit up and play the victim, I don’t see another reason.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Sheik View Post
              People are dumb.

              If a dude won’t bake you a cake, go down the street to the next bakery. Why would you want to spend hard earned money in an establishment that doesn’t want your business?

              Other than the desire to stir shit up and play the victim, I don’t see another reason.
              ~gay nail on the head smiley~
              2016 DCC LOTY Fantasy Football Champion

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              • #22
                Originally posted by 2233boys View Post
                Considering that they didn’t address that at all, I am sure that someone will try to use this ruling as a way to not serve LGBT
                No, they actually did address that.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Kbrown View Post
                    Clarence Thomas pwns noobs yet again.

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                    • #25
                      South Dakota GOP Lawmaker: Business Owners Shouldn’t Have to Serve Black People

                      South Dakota State Rep. Michael Clark had a strong reaction to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case: Not only did he celebrate the Court’s narrow ruling that a Colorado commission went was hostile to the baker’s faith, he said all business owners should have the right to discriminate, even if we’re talking about bakers refusing to sell cakes to black customers.

                      “He should have the opportunity to run his business the way he wants,” Clark wrote. “If he wants to turn away people of color, then that(‘s) his choice.”

                      In an interview with the Argus Leader, Clark said that business owners with strongly-held beliefs should be able to turn away customers.

                      “If it’s truly his strongly based belief, he should be able to turn them away,” Clark said. “People shouldn’t be able to use their minority status to bully a business.”

                      And if the community doesn’t support a store or restaurant that bars customers for that reason or others, it will put them out of business.

                      “The vote of the dollar is very strong,” he said.

                      And if the community doesn’t put them out of business? Then, Clark implied, racism is acceptable.

                      It didn’t take long for Clark to apologize for his comments, later saying to a newspaper, “I would never advocate discriminating against people based on their color or race.” (Even though that’s quite literally what he said.)

                      He issued another apology last night on Facebook:

                      He says, “Of course, I was wrong, all business should serve everyone, equally.” But does that mean he thinks the baker in Colorado should’ve made a cake for the same-sex couple? He doesn’t tell us.

                      And to add insult to bigotry, Clark had no GOP opposition in last night’s primary. He’ll have challengers in November, but this is South Dakota. A Republican in certain House races is all-but-assured victory.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by BipolarFan View Post
                        South Dakota State Rep. Michael Clark had a strong reaction to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case: Not only did he celebrate the Court’s narrow ruling that a Colorado commission went was hostile to the baker’s faith, he said all business owners should have the right to discriminate, even if we’re talking about bakers refusing to sell cakes to black customers.

                        “He should have the opportunity to run his business the way he wants,” Clark wrote. “If he wants to turn away people of color, then that(‘s) his choice.”

                        In an interview with the Argus Leader, Clark said that business owners with strongly-held beliefs should be able to turn away customers.

                        “If it’s truly his strongly based belief, he should be able to turn them away,” Clark said. “People shouldn’t be able to use their minority status to bully a business.”

                        And if the community doesn’t support a store or restaurant that bars customers for that reason or others, it will put them out of business.

                        “The vote of the dollar is very strong,” he said.

                        And if the community doesn’t put them out of business? Then, Clark implied, racism is acceptable.

                        It didn’t take long for Clark to apologize for his comments, later saying to a newspaper, “I would never advocate discriminating against people based on their color or race.” (Even though that’s quite literally what he said.)

                        He issued another apology last night on Facebook:

                        He says, “Of course, I was wrong, all business should serve everyone, equally.” But does that mean he thinks the baker in Colorado should’ve made a cake for the same-sex couple? He doesn’t tell us.

                        And to add insult to bigotry, Clark had no GOP opposition in last night’s primary. He’ll have challengers in November, but this is South Dakota. A Republican in certain House races is all-but-assured victory.
                        I am a few beers in, so I think it's a good time to ask: are you one of those guys on Twitter replying to every tweet about Trump with a string of bad memes?

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                        • #27
                          Just been wondering.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Kbrown View Post
                            I am a few beers in, so I think it's a good time to ask: are you one of those guys on Twitter replying to every tweet about Trump with a string of bad memes?
                            Its what he does here so Im sure he does there as well.
                            #Fire Garrett

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Kbrown View Post
                              I am a few beers in, so I think it's a good time to ask: are you one of those guys on Twitter replying to every tweet about Trump with a string of bad memes?
                              I can’t read this without it being in a drunk voice in my head.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by skidadl View Post
                                I can’t read this without it being in a drunk voice in my head.
                                Just a solid buzz.

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