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CrakHoBarbie last won the day on November 29 2022

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  1. Agreed. "A person's sense of morality lessens as his or her power increases". The statement was made by Lord Acton, a British historian of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. So knowing that “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” we should be ever more vigilant in our assessments and oversight when dealing with our front line of defense against crime. But, in this arena, we have failed miserably and Chauvin is just one more reminder of that failure.
  2. Well, according to the 1964 Civil rights act, it is illegal to refuse to serve someone based on a customer's national origin, sex, religion, color or race. But.... Businesses can refuse to serve someone if doing so violates their religious beliefs. https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.axios.com/2023/06/30/supreme-court-lgbtq-wedding-website&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwjNoJzi8-eCAxXiO0QIHSBIAwYQFnoECAkQAg&usg=AOvVaw2Y-D6AGe_1Pk5bXoDzCKee But, as I said... if a baker is forced to make a cake for someone they think is an abomination, that customer is, more than likely, going to end up with a belly full of excrement.
  3. So you are OK with forced labor as long as it's forcing the business owner to comply and not the actual workers. Got it.
  4. Coming from a more on like you, it's a compliment pinhead
  5. Coming from a "Id iot" like you, that's a compliment.
  6. I cannot abide by forcing someone to work for someone they do not want to work for. If a worker applies for a job and while doing so, finds out the company owner is a raging antisemite. Are you going to force the worker to take that job? Because forcing someone to work for someone they aren't comfortable working with is the same, regardless of which foot the shoe is on.
  7. They convicted him of manslaughter because of the callus indifference he displayed whilst detaining a suspect. You can puff up all you like displaying your right wing stu pidity, won't change a thing halfwit.
  8. And you are an insipid ignoramus with a brain the size of a walnut.
  9. You cannot squeeze "being a good person" from a religious zealot that thinks your way of life is an abomination. Philosophically, you are absolutely correct and I fully agree with you. But, in actual application, it's not going to be seen as a reasonable request by folks who simply don't give a fck.
  10. Force a religious zealot baker to make a cake for someone they stupidly think is an abomination, that someone is going to end up with a belly full of excrement. That's the unfortune reality here.
  11. I see your reasoning and you have valid concerns. That said, I'm not going to be forced to work for someone I do not want to work for and I wouldn't expect anyone else to work for someone they weren't comfortable working for. Now, gays seeking to force religious zealots to make their wedding cakes involves risk. Who knows what that cake maker is going to do to that cake if they are forced to comply. There's a World of bakers out their happy to comply without litigation.
  12. You are a halfwitted troglodyte. Your problem is that you arrogantly think your ignorant opinion has as much merit as the opinion of those of us whom are educated. In reality, if you had any brains, you'd take them out and try to eat them. Grow up boy, and get your finger out of your nose.
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