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Criminalizing Innocent Christian Behavior

Mokki Wrote: 20 hours ago (2:55 PM)
Yes, but it isn't limited to this administration, and it is instead a deliberate attempt among Democratic and Left-leaning attorneys. The judge who overturned Proposition 8 in California was a gay man.
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Criminalizing Innocent Christian Behavior

Mokki Wrote: 20 hours ago (2:54 PM)
You are correct, but all that indicates is that this has been going on for a long time. And it is not always certain that the president who appoints any given judge is aware of that judge's sexual orientation. There is a longstanding move afoot among bar associations to put forth gay and lesbian attorneys for judges.
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Criminalizing Innocent Christian Behavior

Mokki Wrote: 20 hours ago (2:50 PM)
Absolutely.
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Criminalizing Innocent Christian Behavior

Mokki Wrote: 20 hours ago (2:50 PM)
And it is OK for Christians to stand up in society and before the law for their rights as enumerated in the Constitution. There is actually biblical precedent for them to do so. Event the Apostle Paul did when he declared that he had rights as a Roman citizen which had been violated.
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Criminalizing Innocent Christian Behavior

Mokki Wrote: 20 hours ago (2:45 PM)
No, actually someone from the city did tell them that they would have to perform homosexual weddings, because their wedding chapel is a business, and the ordinance applies to businesses. That's why they are suing. And agree. People who own businesses do not check their constitutional rights at the door when they go to work.
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Houston, We Have a (1st Amendment) Problem!

Mokki Wrote: 20 hours ago (2:33 PM)
And here's the thing ... The First Amendment also protects political speech!
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Predatory Journalism

Mokki Wrote: 23 hours ago (12:04 PM)
Sorry, I meant once ensnared, then is effectively coerced by necessity to keep borrowing. It is better to suffer the consequences of not having enough money in an emergency than to get trapped in the payday loan cycle.
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Predatory Journalism

Mokki Wrote: 23 hours ago (12:03 PM)
A person might not be initially coerced into the transaction, but once coerced, is often then ensnared, can't get out on their own and actually needs the help of laws that protect them and enable them to get out. Payday lenders loan money to the poor at usurious rates. Some regulation is needed, to protect the consumer.
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Predatory Journalism

Mokki Wrote: 23 hours ago (12:01 PM)
So very true, dhensley.
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Max Allen: Chief Divisiveness Officer

Mokki Wrote: Oct 20, 2014 6:30 PM
So true.
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Max Allen: Chief Divisiveness Officer

Mokki Wrote: Oct 20, 2014 6:27 PM
Because it doesn't. You, sir, are the problem! And so am I.
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