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    Religious Zealot Worker REJECTS Sale Of Condoms To Female Customer



    Ana Kasparian says it right. If it's against your religion to sell condoms, then choose another job. Nobody should be ever fired because their religion, but they should be if they do a shitty job. And refusing to sell a product that's on the shelves is doing a shitty job, regardless the reason.

    And also, religious freedom should NEVER mean that YOU can't do stuff because MY religion does not allow it, That's not religious freedom, that's theocracy.

    And morally refusing to sell a pack of condoms is not that different from flying a plane into a building. Religious terrorism. My religion is more important than other people around me, You say no one died? I say yet! If you allow this to be the standard, it's only a matter of time that someone will die,

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    "God told me to do it" ! - I don't think so...

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      #3
      Originally posted by madbear View Post
      "God told me to do it" ! - I don't think so...
      I think it was George Carlin who joked about athletes giving thanks to God, but never said they would have won the game if Jesus didn't make them drop the ball. 😁

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        #4
        And here's same sex marriage promised to be axed next.
        it really must suck to be a zealot, so they want toake sure it sucs to everyone else too. Maximum zealotry, zero life

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          #5
          Yep. First they went after, and finally got, the elimination of Freedom of Choice.

          So, yes, they'll come after Contraception as well.

          Then Same Sex Marriage.

          If they get these concessions, I doubt that there will be any way to slow down their horror train.

          What do you think? Would they go after Interracial Marriage after that?

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            #6
            I'm positive that interracial marriage is next. Not because Republicans are racists, no, no, just because... States... And stuff...

            Just a thought, I don't know if many people know that confederacy means a much looser connection between states than a federal country means. I mean maybe it's time for each state to have its own money, foreign policy and army, hm?

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              #7
              im scared for the USA, and for all of the free world with these precedents
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              -The Ladder-Magnification-Fly From Here-The Quest-

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                #8
                That's why it's devastating that people are so entranched on party lines. They feel an obligation to vote for a party that went full racist, homophobic and misogynistic because I don't know, taxes, or the imaginary bogeyman called "socialism" or "communism" a thing 99% of Americans have absolutely no knowledge about, but are definitely scared shit of it, lol.

                But boy they get their fee-fees hurt if they get called racist, homophobic and misogynistic. Well stop supporting racists, homophobes and misogynists. If it's not against your values then accept the fact.
                Last edited by pjt; 07-19-2022, 05:25 AM.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by pjt View Post
                  That's why it's devastating that people are so entranched on party lines. They feel an obligation to vote for a party that went full racist, homophobic and misogynistic because I don't know, taxes, or the imaginary bogeyman called "socialism" or "communism" a thing 99% of Americans have absolutely no knowledge about, but are definitely scared shit of it, lol.

                  But boy they get their fee-fees hurt if they get called racist, homophobic and misogynistic. Well stop supporting racists, homophobes and misogynists. If it's not against your values then accept the fact.
                  Quite true. They get really get their skirts in a twist when the media accurately reports the racist things they say and do.

                  And it's not JUST garden variety racism. It's that White Supremacy and the White Victimhood as well. Republican politicians think they are protecting white children by banning anti-racist education. It's sad; anti-racist education protects all children (including white children) against the growing threat of white supremacists and their cesspool of White-supremacist ideology: the toxic blend of racist, sexist, ableist, homophobic, transphobic, Islamophobic, xenophobic, and anti-Semitic ideas that is harmful to all minds, especially the naive and defenseless minds of youth.
                  Last edited by pianozach; 07-19-2022, 06:22 AM. Reason: removed redundant comma

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                    #10
                    The House passes the bill to codify same-sex marriage by a vote of 267-157.
                    All 157 NO votes were Republicans.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by madbear View Post
                      "God told me to do it" ! - I don't think so...
                      If it came down to a court of law, and a murderer said "God told me to do it", there is no proof that He did.

                      If a murderer kills someone in the name of God, it only makes God a co-conspirator anyway.

                      You could even go full batshit on them and ask, "How do you know it wasn't Satan, pretending he was God, that told you to do it?"

                      But either way, whether it was God or Satan, it's just someone's way of deflecting the blame.

                      Voices in your head. Crazy.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by pjt View Post
                        The House passes the bill to codify same-sex marriage by a vote of 267-157.
                        All 157 NO votes were Republicans.
                        But quite a few of the YES votes were also Republicans. The Republican Party retains a diversity of views. Perhaps we should celebrate bipartisanship where it exists.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by bondegezou View Post

                          But quite a few of the YES votes were also Republicans. The Republican Party retains a diversity of views. Perhaps we should celebrate bipartisanship where it exists.
                          What?! That's crazy talk!

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by pjt View Post
                            The House passes the bill to codify same-sex marriage by a vote of 267-157.
                            All 157 NO votes were Republicans.
                            Yes, it's pretty astonishing that 47 Republicans voted FOR it.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by bondegezou View Post

                              But quite a few of the YES votes were also Republicans. The Republican Party retains a diversity of views. Perhaps we should celebrate bipartisanship where it exists.
                              Since I'm obviously not a voter of either parties in the US, I've started to think about in this a polarized society, is there, or even can there be a breaking point when somebody says: this is too far, I don't want to get associated with this party?

                              Since to me it's without consequences, I can say that what the Republicans are doing on state levels about abortion, or on federal level about contraception and same sex marriage is a point I could not support a candidate even if they were a god person, because it would be against my standards.

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