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No Bashing! Just yes or no. Do you agree with this?
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“Homosexuals are a protected class.”

It is terrifying how calmly Judge Tim Garcia of the New Mexico Court of Appeals uttered these words.

With one sentence, he set a legal precedent that will be used to strip Americans of their constitutionally protected religious freedoms across this nation.

He ruled that a Christian photography company did not have the right to refuse to photograph a homosexual “wedding” ceremony.

It didn’t matter that New Mexico legally defines marriage as one man and one woman, and that the homosexual “wedding” was outside the law.

And it didn’t matter that Jonathan and Elaine Hugeunin are both devout Christians who find homosexual “marriage” to be unnatural and offensive.

Their religious freedoms did not matter because:

“Homosexuals are a protected class.”

And according to the courts, when they refused to give their blessing to an illegal and immoral ceremony, Jonathan and Elaine committed a "Hate Crime."

This is exactly the threat Public Advocate has been warning Americans about for decades.

The courts and the government have created a second standard by which the actions of homosexuals -- and the actions of mainstream Americans towards homosexuals -- are judged.

The owners of Elane Photography did not hurt anyone. Or damage anything.

They committed no crime.

They just said “No.”

But the courts have ruled that homosexual “rights” are more important than religious freedoms.

The judge actually said that homosexuals are entitled to greater protections than small children!

At the heart of this ruling is the Thought Control Bill Obama signed into law his first year in office; a bill Public Advocate fought tooth-and-nail to stop.

It states that any unfavorable act against a homosexual is a "hate crime."

And it is just the start.

If the Gay Bill of Special Rights is ever passed, homosexuals will become the true super-power in America.

I am proud to say that I have led Public Advocate against the Gay Bill of Special Rights more times than I can remember.

The radical Homosexual Lobby has been trying to pass it for decades, but you and I have stopped them every time.

And even with the most pro-homosexual president in history, I know -- with your help -- Public Advocate can hold off the enemy this year too.

For the Family,


Eugene Delgaudio
President, Public Advocate of the United States
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#2
I don't believe in protected classes so I would have to say no.
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#3
I don't agree at all.
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#4
I had to laugh at this line;

"If the Gay Bill of Special Rights is ever passed, homosexuals will become the true super-power in America."

I'm still laughing.


Anyway, as someone who believes in equal rights for all, and someone who doesn't not believe in "protected classes," then I have to say no, I do not agree that someone should be forced to photograph someone that they do not want to.

Justin
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JustinHEMI;23136 Wrote:I had to laugh at this line;

"If the Gay Bill of Special Rights is ever passed, homosexuals will become the true super-power in America."

I'm still laughing.


Anyway, as someone who believes in equal rights for all, and someone who doesn't not believe in "protected classes," then I have to say no, I do not agree that someone should be forced to photograph someone that they do not want to.

Justin
Sounds Fair.
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JustinHEMI;23136 Wrote:I had to laugh at this line;

"If the Gay Bill of Special Rights is ever passed, homosexuals will become the true super-power in America."

I'm still laughing.


Anyway, as someone who believes in equal rights for all, and someone who doesn't not believe in "protected classes," then I have to say no, I do not agree that someone should be forced to photograph someone that they do not want to.

Justin

I agree, well at least until they make heavily tattooed fat fucks a protected class.... Tease
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soberbyker;23147 Wrote:
JustinHEMI;23136 Wrote:I had to laugh at this line;

"If the Gay Bill of Special Rights is ever passed, homosexuals will become the true super-power in America."

I'm still laughing.


Anyway, as someone who believes in equal rights for all, and someone who doesn't not believe in "protected classes," then I have to say no, I do not agree that someone should be forced to photograph someone that they do not want to.

Justin

I agree, well at least until they make heavily tattooed fat fucks a protected class.... Tease
I would be in too sober.Blush
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#8
I don't agree with this ruling. Justice for all or justice for none.
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#9
"All citizens shall be entitled to equal protection under the law."

Pretty sure i've read that somewhere before...
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#10
I'm inclined to agree, the the "Homosexual Superpower" bit cost the author some credibility with me.
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