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But you're not free to disapprove and express that disapproval and remain employed, even in a private business, because of either your employer's espousal of false but politically correct views, or because of your employer's fear of being sued by GLBT activists for not firing you.
Even though many newspapers and other news media outlets are now actually requiring their reporters to have blogs, in general, journalists don't post personal opinions on the Internet, particularly if they hold traditional, Christian values. Journalists who hold Leftist/Progressive/politically correct views are technically not supposed to either, because the rules supposedly apply to everyone in the newsroom, but they actually feel pretty free to post them, and for the most part do so without repercussions. Conservative journalists (and yes, they do exist) know better than to do so. What happened to this man is why.
Satan is not a God, merely a fallen archangel. And no, he isn't more powerful than God, but God allows people the freedom to choose, even to choose evil. He does not impose His will on people. As we can see, Leftist/Progressives/Marxists/GLBTwhatever activists and Democrats don't support anyone's right to choose anything except what they determine people should choose. And right now, they have the force of the law on their side, even though they're having to overturn the U.S. Constitution and particularly the Bill of Rights to make it so.
Yes, actually slightly under 3 percent.
It isn't true that Christians have not been bullied by gays. That is absolutely happening right now in business, in the arts and entertainment, in politics, in state and federal legislatures, by President Obama's pen and phone, and in courts presided over by activist judges, many of whom are actually gay themselves, overturning millenia of custom, belief and law. Gay teenagers being bullied by other teenagers in high school, while not OK, is not the same thing as American citizens being deprived of their freedom of thought, conscience, religion, association and speech.
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Defining Life

Mokki Wrote: Jul 23, 2014 11:19 AM
Yes. Bizarre, isn't it?
Pretty much what I think of the situation, too, Tinsldr.
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Bordering on Madness

Mokki Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 11:41 AM
I agree.
It was actually sour wine, or vinegar, that the Bible says He was offered.
It is really less than 3% of the population.
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