America as a country doesn’t celebrate other countries’ holidays, Grim, so it sounds to me like she’s saying people can’t celebrate whatever they want. I’m not down with that since it violates multiple rights guaranteed in the First Amendment.
August 1, 2015 at 11:03pm
That’s not what it says.
August 1, 2015 at 10:52pm
The real story here is that you can be stripped of your Second Amendment rights for the rest of your life even if you’ve only been convicted of misdemeanors. This guy should have been able to walk into any gun store and buy that gun legally. If you have no felony convictions and no outstanding warrants, you should have the same rights as anybody else.
Queer, you sticking up for the 2nd. The stared out word does not have anything to do with being Gay as hell.
At least you are consistent in being inconsistent.
Since you tried to set the premise that the individual who did the shouting was legal. And if anything, again you only proved that the government was the problem, and the cause. No matter which way you try to spin this.
Especially since the Gv set the rules. The Gv broke the rules. And the Gv actually aided in doing so. And by all rights was actually acting criminally in the process. Hence again. Violating the laws, etc.
[-1] August 1, 2015 at 12:50am
Fortherecord, we’ll never know what specifically the lesbian couple would have chosen to have on their cake. Mr. Klein refused them service without even asking them. I brought up the difference between fine art and commercial craft to address in response to argyle68′s claim that making wedding cakes is art. A baker who makes cakes with decorated according to the customer’s requests is not an artist the same as a painting or sculptor who may have a galley that is open to the public but does not have to accept any and all commissions to produce works of art regardless of subject matter.
[-1] August 1, 2015 at 12:30am
For somebody who obviously does have a computer, you show a surprising lack of comprehension of how modern technology works.
[-2] August 1, 2015 at 12:21am
I wish we were paying for abortions. It’s one of the best investments of public funds we could make. Anybody who can’t afford an abortion sure as hell can’t afford a child.
One would think the KKK and others of that ilk would contribute to PP as that would a legal way to eliminate some of the "undesireables".
[-1] August 1, 2015 at 12:17am
I would call it a vulgar word. I wouldn’t say profane. Profane really means disrespectful of something sacred. All God’s creatures gotta s***! When the lion lies down with the lamb, sooner or later one of them has to get up to take a dump.
My bad…Grover, you are right for the first time ever.
Hardly, Rover has no evidence or proof the group consists of anyone nearly as wicked as those exposed by the videos.
What makes the "right wingers who shot the videos" so wicked? the fact that they caught Dr.Frankenstein in the act? the fact that they blew these monsters' covers? What is worse in your twisted mind? A video taken w/o permission, or the content showing the remains of a baby torn apart and killed with its body parts up for display so they can be sold? Where is your humanity? If you vote for PP, you are part of this depraved group of beings masquerading as humans! You should be ASHAMED!!
Cool, ...we will let all those democrat, libs, and progressives that believe in life, and for the helpless, and defenseless. That they are considered "right wingers" by the left. Hence the "left wingers" hate them. And are no longer about their values. To include the one against capitalism, corporate profiteering, and against government waste, fraud and abuse.
Go ahead and keep living in manger word. - Because what you are doing is attacking your own base. Since it has no impact on the others. Hence you are devaluing your own value, and that of all the "left wingers".
[-6] August 1, 2015 at 12:05am
Thank God for abortion. Having over 55 million more people in this country, all born to parents who never wanted them but were just too stupid and irresponsible to think about the consequences of their actions? That would be horrible! We would have an even higher percentage of bums, parasites and criminals, and the people who are working productively would have even less chance of getting ahead and improving their lot in life because there would be even more desperate people to compete for the little they have. It’s ridiculous to think that having 55 million more people would be a good thing.
[-3] July 31, 2015 at 4:41pm
No, Sarsfield, I am in no way good with rape of a child, but neither do I subscribe to the arcane mental contortions of those who, motivated by crass political opportunism, strive desperately to place blame for it on somebody other than the rapist.
 July 31, 2015 at 4:30pm
A crime doesn’t stop being a crime just because you commit it on property that you own, fortherecord. Every thinking citizen of every country in the world understands that, except for you.
[-1] July 31, 2015 at 4:24pm
It depends on how important your work is. The government, for example, enforces by law the professional standards to which doctors and lawyers are expected to adhere, and necessarily so considering the amount of harm that an unfit person can do in either of those professions.
July 31, 2015 at 4:14pm
Well, fortherecord, here’s the wedding cake gallery of the bakers who refused to make any wedding cake for a lesbian couple without even asking what specifically they wanted it to look like: http://www.sweetcakesweb.com/4.html
As you can see, they are custom made cakes, not off the shelf, but they don’t all have words on them. Many of them have pictures and decorative objects on them. These pictures and objects are so specific that they were obviously chosen by the clients rather than by the bakers who executed them, which places the bakers in the category of ordinary craftspeople rather than fine artists, so they are entitled to no damn free speech objection to doing their job like they are supposed to. You should also be able to see that if you did no already know that this was a bakery that would not serve gay couples, it would in almost all cases be impossible to tell if any given cake had been made for a same sex or a straight wedding, contrary to your claim that “It was always when they demanded that the cake be baked specifically to show it was for a gay so called ‘wedding’ with words or drawings specifically to show that.”
[-4] July 31, 2015 at 3:28pm
Well, fortherecord, we don’t have freedom of speech at work. Nobody does. At the very least, you’re not allowed to insult the boss, and you’re not allowed to insult the customers. Even if you are self employed, there are things that you cannot say to clients because they would violate the standards of your profession so egregiously that you could not work any more. All jobs involve talking to customers. Just because your job is all talk, doesn’t give you a special right to discriminate against people on the basis of who they are.
July 31, 2015 at 3:11pm
Not me, my wife’s had the same broom for so long that she’s replaced the handle twice and the head three times.
[-2] July 31, 2015 at 3:05pm
They didn’t know that any abuse was going on. Going around snooping into the business of every kid who comes in whether they were a victim of a crime or not is a great way to get them to tell all the other kids to never, ever go to Planned Parenthood no matter how much trouble you’re in.
[-2] July 31, 2015 at 2:58pm
No, pgsin, but as I told Cataclysm when he made the exact same non-point, because there is a close age exception in the state of Colorado, the people at Planned Parenthood would not have known that she was raped by anybody unless she chose to tell them.
 July 31, 2015 at 2:50pm
Did I call anybody a stupid bigoted moron, 4truth2all? I did not. I just described twisted, irrational thoughts that obviously would only seem to make sense to a stupid bigoted moron. If the shoe fits, that’s not my fault.
[-2] July 31, 2015 at 2:40pm
Food is not speech, and refusing to sell it to people based on who they are is not a First Amendment right.
It’s not hard to get away with violating the tax code by claiming a tax exeemption for an organization that is primarily political in purpose, you just have to be smart enough not to put the word “Party” right in your name.
Criticism is not lynching. It is freedom of speech, exactly the thing you claim to be for when you are using it to criticize others.