My recent interaction with Facebook confirmed what many have already observed: You can mock Jesus and the Christian faith on Facebook in the crudest and ugliest terms without penalty (as you’ll see in a moment, I do mean “crudest and ugliest”), but if you dare post something that is considered offensive to LGBT members, you could very well be punished.
In response to:
"Facebook is not a public utility, it is a private company. They can apply any standards they want. Would you like the Federal Government start telling private businesses what standards they must enforce?" Oh, okay. So, if that's the true reasoning for this I would have to agree. The Federal Government shouldn't be telling private buisinesses what to do. In light of this, we should hear no more of homosexuals crying about being fired from job positions from private corporations or companies because of their sexual oreintation or back lash from people posting web sites that's anti-gay, right?
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