User Profile: Scott Haviaras

Scott Haviaras

Member Since: September 24, 2011

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  • October 22, 2012 at 3:02pm

    Pretty clever, well I this depends on what we are discussing!

    Because black men and women were just wanting the same rights as everyone else had, they wanted to own a home, raise a family, have property including that of their own body, have the same liberty that our God grants us, be able to keep earn a living, be able to own the fruits of their labor and intellect and pursue their own happiness, but what they were not wanting is to be called “White” Men and “White” Women. They were different and the name did not define them it were the unjust standards for that name.

    So when we talk about Gay Marriage, I say no because that is a term used to define men and women who were married under the name of our Deity, but if you ask me, do those Gay men and women deserve the same rights as all of us who observe Natural Laws then I say yes and will stand with them.

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  • September 29, 2012 at 6:51pm

    You know I bed the Democrats could get her vote back if they just offered her free condoms.

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  • September 24, 2011 at 8:23am

    Mr. Freeman, I can’t even express how sadden I am to have heard your interview with Pierce Morgan, I have always thought you were an amazing actor and went out of my way to get movies just if you were in them however I thought you were more intelligent than the statements you made in that interview.
    I don’t care about race and don’t think of you as a black man nor myself as a white man just as men, however it’s obvious that is what you think about.
    The last movie I seen with you in it Red and I’m sad to say now that will be the last, I hope you can wake up and maybe talk to some of these Tea Party people and find out what’s in our hearts without allowing our disparaging idea come forth, it seems to me that your ignorance of them is the same type of ignorance that white people had of black 50 years ago
    Sincerely disappointed.