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But but template | THE DOJ RELEASED A DOCUMENT OUTLINING EXPANDED RELIGIOUS FREEDOM PROTECTIONS GREAT. THAT PROTECTS MUSLIMS, TOO. BUT...THE CONSTITUTION ONLY  | image tagged in memes,but but template,religion,christianity,islam | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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I MAY HATE FREEDOM BUT EVEN I SEE THE LOGIC IN THAT | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
At least more so than your average Trump follower. :P

I have a garden tool that looks similar to that. :D
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2 ups, 1 reply
It protects all religious practices, as long as the practices are peaceful and don't actually harm others.
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3 ups, 1 reply
When does it protect using religion to pass out anti-gay laws?
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2 ups, 1 reply
There aren't any anti-gay laws. That's just absurd. Christians and other religions aren't getting laws passed that allow physically harming homosexuals.
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4 ups, 1 reply
Still, laws that harm gays by limiting their freedoms. In Mississippi, Christians were given by law to discriminate against LGBTQ individuals. I forgot to mention the anti-trans laws that have been going around because of events in 2015-2016.
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I WILL NOT even get started on the whole trans issue. I'd like to stay civil with you and other liberals on here that I don't have issue with, so I'm going to let that one be for now.

As for homosexuals and their freedoms, I'm really not sure how their sex life is any of my business. I don't care who you decide to sleep with. Not really sure about this crazy obsession with someone's sex life. Homosexuals are allowed to marry in all 50 states and now receive benefits just like every other couple, so why are they continuing their push? Just live your life and leave me be.
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Gay people can only marry in all 50 states because of the Obergefell decision. Before June 2015, many states passed laws prohibiting same-sex marriage. Numerous states still have laws allowing for anti-LGBT discrimination regarding employment and housing. I would definitely call those anti-LGBT laws.
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My point is that there is no place in the United States that allows anyone to treat homosexuals as 2nd and 3rd rate citizens. Back in the 60's and earlier, blacks were treated (by private citizens AND the federal government) like less then animals. Most people wouldn't hose off their pets in the streets, yet blacks were beaten, hosed down, and dogs were being released on them.Homosexuals were not treated like this on a federal level and to that extent. At least not for a long, long time.

Being told you can't marry someone because marriage was defined as one man, one woman, is not systemic bigotry. It should be a state-to-state law, not federal government. However, gays have not been treated as horribly as blacks were and Indians were before them.

Christians (being one myself) do not go out and beat the crap out of homosexuals. We don't hate the individual, we hate their sin. I have absolutely no problem with what they do in private. And just as I am with heterosexuals, I don't think sexual activity outside the privacy of your home is okay.
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"there is no place in the United States that allows anyone to treat homosexuals as 2nd and 3rd rate citizens."

Denying someone a job or apartment because they're gay isn't treating them like 2nd class citizens?

"Being told you can't marry someone because marriage was defined as one man, one woman, is not systemic bigotry. It should be a state-to-state law, not federal government."

Was it systemic bigotry when interracial marriage was outlawed? And that was indeed done on a state-by-state basis, until 1967 when the Supreme Court ruled all anti-miscegenation laws unconstitutional.

"Christians (being one myself) do not go out and beat the crap out of homosexuals. We don't hate the individual, we hate their sin. I have absolutely no problem with what they do in private."

You don't. Others do. You can only speak for yourself, not all Christians. I once had a Christian say to me (in the course of conversation) that if someone shot a gay person in the head, it wouldn't bother him at all. I'm not saying you feel the same way, but he does feel that way. Do you honestly think that someone who feels that way would be the least bit saddened when he heard about the Orlando nightclub massacre? I doubt it.
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Homosexuals are continuing their push because there are still people openly using their religious beliefs to deny them marriage licenses and such, even though, like you mentioned, their sex life is no one else's business. Then they proceed to play the victim when the gay couples inform the Supreme Court. The reason the LGBTQ have an obsession with a sex life is not because we have an obsession with it, but it's because of how gay biology has been covered up for decades, maybe even centuries, and now people are starting to get it.
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"...the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion..."

Article eleven of the 1796 treaty with Tripoli, which was ratified unanimously by congress and signed by president John Adams the following year.
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