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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 7:09 pm
[quote]By not discriminating against homosexual couples.[/quote]By making a cake, but refusing to endorse the activity with a topping message? Where do we stop? Will other artists be forced to accept commissions along with dictated subject, message, etc.? Just bizarre....

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 7:02 pm
[quote]They're not endorsing shite... they're selling a fricking cake. [/quote]No. The offer was made to simply "sell a fricking cake". It was refused. The requirement was that they "sell a fricking cake" complete with a "fricking message" and specific accessory adornments....

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re: The right to do business with whoever you want
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 6:55 pm
[quote]You don't become part of a ceremony just because you baked a cake and gave it to someone who is part of the ceremony. Your cake does, but you don't. [/quote]You just baked a cake and gave it to someone. That's it? No Message on the cake? No two grooms as a topping? No delivery to the ceremo...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 6:09 pm
[quote]Conform to not being discriminatory in the operation of their business. [/quote]How so?...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 4:44 pm
[quote]Bakers can conform[/quote]Conform to what? Being forced to endorse activities they are uncomfortable with? We are not talking about baking a cake. We are taking about participation in the messaging of an activity. We are not talking about tolerance. We are talking about forced endo...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 2:31 pm
[quote]Sure. My morals state that everyone has the right to eat a hamburger at a restaurant in the state of Indiana. No matter what gender they prefer. [/quote]Not on point, any more than if you'd posted something against child rape. Has nothing remotely to do with the issue at hand. The iss...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 1:48 pm
[quote]This was a law designed to allow for legal discrimination of homosexuals under the guise of religious liberty.[/quote]Not remotely. Quite the opposite. It was and is an antidiscriminatory law. That's it. However, its specifications regarding "discrimination" include a broader application th...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 1:42 pm
[quote]Keep telling yourself that nc.[/quote]Doesn't matter to me at all. The law was intentionally mischaracterized. The "smear", as Pence referred to it, was a telegraphed punch. His response could have eviscerated certain members of the national press, Tim Cook, Angies List, and histrionic act...

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re: NASCAR's statement, re: Indiana's RFRA
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 1:27 pm
[quote]This is getting commical. [/quote]"commical" I like it [img]http://i67.photobucket.com/albums/h281/NC_Tigah/zzEmoticons/BHOcommy.gif[/img]...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 1:10 pm
[quote]The All Mighty Dollar. So much for his religious principles. [/quote]Unless you know something the rest of the world does not, Pence did not ask for the law to be rescinded. He did not ask for it to be changed. He asked for language clarifying it. IMO, he represented himself poorly in doing s...

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re: The right to do business with whoever you want
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 1:03 pm
[quote]One was codified, the other was convention.[/quote]The point being, as soon as Woolworth's perceived business as negatively impacted, it changed its policies....

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 12:51 pm
[quote]Saying you can't discriminate is not discriminating. That's what is being argued. [/quote]Saying you can discriminate is discriminating. That's what is being argued. ...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 12:46 pm
[quote]Tell me: how has anyone been discriminated against bc of their religious choice in this case?[/quote]No one has been discriminated against in this case. This case involves a law prohibiting discrimination. You are probably referring to cases where, for example, religious bakers were forc...

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 12:39 pm
[quote]Pence got obliterated on This Week so it's not that surprising. And I like Pence.[/quote]He did himself no favors today either....

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re: Is the concept of moral "rights" coherent?
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 12:35 pm
[quote]The quote is a declaration, not an argument.[/quote]More accurately, it was a rationale....

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re: The right to do business with whoever you want
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 12:33 pm
[quote]"Separate but equal" only turned out to be separate, not equal at all. [/quote]Separate but equal was legislative, not capitalistic. The moment it became the latter, it changed. The proposition you are berating is capitalistic....

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re: Is the concept of moral "rights" coherent?
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 12:27 pm
[quote]Is the concept of moral "rights" coherent?[/quote]We are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights....

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 12:21 pm
[quote]I believe this has to do with public health.[/quote]Food vendors at Water Parks everywhere raise their eyebrows....

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re: Indiana Gov gives in to Public Pressure
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 11:40 am
[quote]Big Business made a threat and he had to cave in.[/quote]If not changing the law is a cave, I guess he caved....

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re: The right to do business with whoever you want
Posted by NC_Tigah on 3/31 at 11:36 am
[quote]If it's for a "wedding" or some other ceremony you would rather not facilitate, you should be able to refuse that particular service.[/quote]Not in the generic. It's none of your business....

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