WordPress is “celebrating Pride”. And queer marriage. They’re really pushing this garbage. Too far.
I also see there are other people who are not happy with this, either. A “happiness engineer” says this is not the place to discuss this. IOW, shut up.
The United States Supreme Court
will soon release released its decision about “same sex marriage”. There’s two possibilities: 1. uphold law and custom in the United States as it applies to the foundational unit of civil society and to maintain the ability of the people to make moral distinctions through their elected representatives; or,
2. fail to recognize law and custom in the United States as it applies to the foundational unit of civil society and abrogate the right of the people to be self-governing and make moral distinctions through their elected representatives or by referendum.
The Court removed the state of mind requirement in racial discrimination as it applies to housing, replacing intent with the disparate impact standard.
Because of the Republicans who voted to confirm Kagan and Sotomayor, we are on a race to the bottom.
Thanks to the Green Party’s Cam Gordon, his boy wonder Blong Yang, and Black Lives Matter Only When Shot by White Cops, it is now legal to lurk and spit in Minneapolis.
A proposed amendment to merely lower the punishment for spitting to a $50 fine failed. Council members emphasized that the repeal shouldn’t be seen as condoning spitting.
“It’s not a license to spit,” Yang said. “If I need to yell that at the top of my lungs anywhere in town, I will do that.”
If there is no law against spitting it is permissible. This is basic to the thought processes of sentient beings. I have said in the past that no one in the Green Party should be elected to public office. Ever.
I have to ask: how did these people get elected?
This year, at Queers on Parade, approach the JCRC table, the DFL, Stonewall FDL, the Libertarian Party, Log Cabin Republicans, MNCLU, HRC and present the following hypothetical.
1. I own a Jewish bookstore.
2. A homosexual couple walks in and ask to buy Siddurim for their wedding ceremony with an imprint attesting to the ceremony.
3. I inform the couple that pursuant to normative halacha (Jewish law), I cannot sell a Jewish religious text to be misused in such a manner – this would be a violation of Jewish law and of my beliefs.
4. The homosexual couple files a complaint with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
5. Notwithstanding the prohibition against the State from interfering with my freedom of conscience in Article I, Section 16 of the State Constitution, the Human Rights Commission finds me guilty of violating the rights of the homosexual couple.
6. As an act of conscience, I refuse to comply.
7. The Human Rights Commission refers the case to the Court.
8. The Court issue an order compelling me to comply with the findings and order of Department of Human Rights.
9. I refuse to comply since doing so would violate my beliefs as a Jew.
10. The Court holds me in contempt, a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment.
Question: Should the State imprison me for my Jewish beliefs?
UPDATE: JPride answered yes.