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Hillary Clinton Meme |  SAYS SHE SUPPORTS LGBT MEMBERS IN TIME OF NEED AFTER TIME OF VIOLENCE; SET UP WEAPONS SALES AND ACCEPTED DONATIONS FROM SAUDI ARABIA WHO KILL HOMOSEXUALS IN THEIR COUNTRY | image tagged in hillaryclinton,scumbag,AdviceAnimals | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Batman Slapping Robin Meme | THEY FORGOT THE SCUMBAG HAT EVERYONE ALREADY KNOWS SHE'S A SCUMBAG | image tagged in memes,batman slapping robin | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Leonardo Dicaprio Cheers Meme | NOT TO MENTION THE 65,000 REFUGEES SHE WANTS TO BRING OVER IN WHICH SOME OF THOSE PRACTICE CUTTING OFF THE HEADS OF HOMOSEXUALS | image tagged in memes,leonardo dicaprio cheers | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Ah yes, the old IM NOT TEH HOMOPHOBIAS SEE CUZ I DUN DO TEH DECAPITATIONS!!!111 while you sat back and put your fingers in your ears while the most sweeping Anti-LGBTQI laws the United States has seen in a while were Implemented (re: North Caorlina & Mississippi) but keep shouting but but but SAUDI ARABIA!!!!1111 and pretending like you give a f**k about queer people.
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Learn how to f**king spell and just shut the f**k up. I don't give a f**k about where you are from, or at this point what your f**king opinion is on anything. You missed the entire point of what was said and decided to blow things way out of proportion. So f**k off and don't ever f**king comment on my memes or reply to me again asshole.
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Instead of calling those laws Anit-LGBTQI (who knows what the f**k you are calling Q and I), how about you call the laws exactly what they are. They are banning anti-discrimination protections. What was passed in Mississippi was to allow churches, religious charities and privately held businesses to decline services to people if doing so would VIOLATE THEIR RELIGIOUS BELIEFS on marriage and gender. This doesn't keep the LGBT community from getting married or anything else in Mississippi, it just keeps them from suing religious organizations for wanting to keep their religious practices in tact. Equal rights for all does not mean to force someone to change their religious beliefs and practices just to make someone else more comfortable. A church building is not required in order to get married. A bakery/photography studio/wedding planner/ect is not required in order to get married. But yet the LGBT community seems to want to go after these groups first in order to file lawsuits to push their beliefs onto everyone. An individual should be allowed to say that because of their religious beliefs they don't want to perform certain services, and then the other party could just leave and find another company that would perform their services. Think about it this way. If a plumbing company advertises that they do residential repairs, should I be allowed to sue them if they say that they will not change out my ceiling fan because it is not something they do? They could very easily change out a ceiling fan, and it would be considered a residential repair, but do I have the right to sue a plumbing company for not wanting to do electrical work, just because their work practices only involves plumbing? If not, why should a gay couple be allowed to sue a religious organization that provides services based off of their religious beliefs? Why should a church body be forced to drop everything they believe to do something they believe their God has told them is a sin? Just because you or the gay couple doesn't see it as a sin doesn't mean that church shouldn't.
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And everybody loses their minds Meme | A MUSLIM KILLS 49 GAY PEOPLE AND NOBODY BATS AN EYE A CHRISTIAN DECLINES BAKING A CAKE FOR A GAY COUPLE AND EVERYBODY LOSES THEIR MINDS!!! | image tagged in memes,and everybody loses their minds | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Where the f**k are you getting your information that the government is making laws to make it legal to kill gay people. Start sighting all credible sources, otherwise everthing you stated is null and void.
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I have already done my research and my research for Mississippi and North Carolina only showed laws being made to take away disgrimination laws out of effect when religious views are in play. Nothing, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, has stated anything about making laws to make it legal to kill anyone. There are always going to be radicals out there, but those few are not the majority nor share the same views as the majority. There are some radicals out there that hate Obama and would like to see him dead, but does that mean all haters of Obama want to see that? No.

You want to talk about "while you sat back and put your fingers in your ears", how about when Christians stated that poligomy was going to be next on the fight to make legal, or even old marrying underage, and people like you stated that would never happen. Well it did take place. In fact the very arguments we said would be used (using the same claims that homosexuals used in the 70s and 80s about being born that way) has been used in arguments to try to make it legal. Or how about how we stated that allowing men who claim the identify as a woman to use the women's restroom and locker rooms would result in attacks on innocent women and girls, but people like you stated we are only trying to use fear to discriminate against another group that makes up less than 1% of the population. I stated back when Prop 8 first came out that churches and pastors would be sued while people like you stated that would never happen. It hasn't been people like me who have their fingers in their ears, it is people like you, the same people who want to force your beliefs and your way of life onto Christians to force them to change their religious views to accept others and sin as being ok. Like I have stated before, there are thousands of options for every service imaginable out there, not all of them are ran by Christians. So why not allow Christians to live their lives with their beliefs and not force them to do something that goes against their beliefs when their are other options available? Tolerance goes both ways, and you can't claim the LGBT community is being tolerant when they are forcing Christians to do what is against their beliefs.
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Being a Christian is more than just having religious views, it is living our lives by those views. No we are not perfect and we fall short of the mark of those views, but that isn't always on purpose. Sometimes it just happens, but that doesn't mean we should do what we see as wrong on purpose just to please someone else. We never tried to change the LGBT community, but the LGBT community is constantly trying to change us. That is called intolerance by the very definition of the word.
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So in other words, the LGBT community needs their own definition of words in order to have their arguments hold any water? Sounds just like the scientific community towards religion when it comes to evolution, big bang, and other theories. The definition of tolerance is "the ability or willingness to tolerate something, in particular the existence of opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily agree with.". Christians showed tolerance by stating we are not trying to tell them they can't be gay, in fact many of us don't care what they do behind closed doors. However the response has been to throw their lifestyle into our faces, telling us we are required to accept their lifestyle choice, and the only way to show that we accept it is to change our religious views and practices to do whatever they want or get sued. In other words the LGBT have not been willing to tolerate our opinions or beliefs and expect us to change to fit their needs and beliefs. Marriage was not created by the government, it has always been a religious practice. The government only came in and started giving benefits to married couples because the government saw the benefits of what married couples bring to the community. It is these benefits that the LGBT claimed to be fighting for, although I see that as a lie because instead of changing civil unions which were made legal for them, they wanted to change marriage. By changing marriage, that now gives them more freedom to sue for discrimination when a group or individual wants to choose to live their life and what work they do based off of their religious beliefs.

See what you don't realize is that wanting to keep marriage a religious practice, religious based adoption agencies not wanting to provide for same-sex couples, other businesses not wanting to provide services for same-sex marriage doesn't change the lifestyle that the LGBT community is already living, nor does it take away from them getting services by other means. So their rights are not being taken away with any of this. However the religious beliefs of a Christian is the core of their life. You tell us that we can't practice our religious beliefs from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm to provide services for someone else, that is taking away more than one right. That is altering our lives, telling us how we should live our lives, essentially telling us it should be illegal to be Christians.
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If Christians had as much power as you claim, same-sex marriage would never have been legalized on the federal level, men would not be allowed to openly walk into the women's restroom, a Christian business owner would be allowed to refuse services to anyone without risking getting sued. But none of that is true, is it.

Why are you afraid to address the point that there are thousands of options for ever service out there, many of which are not run by Christians, which means it shouldn't effect the LGBT community for religious people to refuse services baswd off of their beliefs. I think it is because you know it is a valid point and destroys the entire argument of the laws that are being passed in Mississippi and North Carolina. It also shows the intolerance of the LGBT community for not wanting religious people to practice their religious beliefs unless it complies with the beliefs of the LGBT community as well. Once again, this shows who is forcing their beliefs on who, and you are afraid to admit it.

I am done replying to your bullshit reponses. You have refused to provide evidence for your claims, make bold-faced lies, manipulate information, and I am just done with it. There is absolutely no valid reason why someone shouldn't be allowed to refuse services because of religious or personal beliefs, and you know it. with the multitude of options out there to get the same service, why force someone to do what they don't want to do just for your convinence?
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"To not impose on Christian belief legally would be insane..." WHAT??!?!?? Haven't you ever heard of the FIRST AMENDMENT???
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Let me get this straight... You're basically saying that ALL Christians want to kill LGBTs because you heard ONE say so? That's as dumb as saying ALL Muslims are terrorists. IT'S SIMPLY NOT TRUE.

Now who's the bigot?
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The fact that you can't comprehend how the ceiling fan/plumbing reference fits only shows your intolerance towards Christians. Many people who work one trade have the ability to do work in another. A plumber could change out a ceiling fan, and them changing a ceiling fan would not effect their status as a plumber, right? They would still be a plumber and it shouldn't be viewed as someone trying to change their profession, much like your claims that forcing a church, pastor, or any other religious person to perform services for an event they don't agree with doesn't change their religious views. With literally thousands of different options and venues to be able to get married, adopt a child, or anything else, why is it necessary to force religious people to do anything? Why should religious people take the back seat instead of being allowed to be accepted. It is a bullshit lie to say they are still being accepting when you go and state they should be forced to perform services for something that is against their beliefs. And to say that we don't look at the whole picture is another lie. You refuse to accept that there are other options out there for these services from people and venues that are not religious, but instead of saying that those options should be used you say religious people should be forced to perform services. By stating that, you are only looking at things to benefit the LGBT community and not looking how it effects others. Do you know there were a lot of pastors who either quit or got fired because the regional sections of their areas made the decision to change their views of homosexuality in order to avoid getting sued? Do you realize this only took place because it was forced upon them by making same sex marriage legal at a federal level, which is actually a higher level than what traditional marriage is legally. Traditional marriages are based off of state laws, which means it is possible for one state to not accept the marriage status of a couple from a different state. But yet a gay couple can get married anywhere in the country and it is required to be accepted in any state because it was made legal by the federal government.

You want to talk about intolerance, maybe you should first do some research first, because you don't have a clue about anything that has taken place.
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Sorry , that is a bit of a stretch, LD
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1 up, 4y
But Bill was a plumber by trade. He was laying pipe every chance he got.
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Hillary is f**king stupid and retarded.
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Great!!!!!! ????????????
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3 ups, 4y
Wow great meme, but i had no idea there was that much people on imgflip
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It's pronounced tool voting block
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In a few months it might be pronounced, "Our damn President".
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Why, yes. Yes it is. ;)
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dood, if you werent anonymous, you have A LOT of points rn
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