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SB 5927 would allow any person on religious or deep convictions of belief an out to deny services to another person or business. Of course, it is really to discriminate against homosexuals.
kev, i am starting to see where your problem is, Its your attitude. " Of course its really to discriminate" see I thought it had to do with respecting a persons religious or deep convictions and moral upbringing.
You try to make it sound like her refusal to participate sent him into some kind of total emotional brake down, humiliated, really? I think not. Your just trying to pull on peoples sympathy for support.
but apparently the flower shop lady, has no rights to live her life by her religious beliefs, huh kevin??
Just because a person opens a business, shouldn't mean they should have to abandon their religious beliefs and moral convictions.
"I hold no ill will toward the florist. We are both Christians and I understand deeply held convictions" No, i don't think you do. You don't understand HER deeply held convictions, just yours.
Bruce, get a grip
More money is not the answer, To find the answer, The teachers union simply needs to look in the mirror.
this would be a good time for conrado c. to step down also, since he misses so many meetings
He and Conrado c. both missed way too many meetings. Both should stay out.
To the contrary, I think Obama has been amazingly race-neutral during his time in office.
you can't be that blind or stupid, can you???
6 percent!!! Wow, when the tax payer is footing the bill, the sky is the limit.
you mean someone still watches that.
"Gay swipe ignites local fury"
Also, Sheila, way to sensationalize a story that is not even a story. Things must be slow for the UB.
Michael Mettler, creative director of Achieva Marketing, called Hewitt’s co-sponsorship of SB 5927 and “the public relations disaster spewing out of your office” an “embarrassment for all of us who live in Walla Walla
Not for all, Michael, Please don't try to speak for me. No business owner should be forced to do business in a way that gos against their beliefs or upbringing.
Just like I told Annie when all this gay marriage stuff came up. You can not legislate acceptance, and you can not force someone to go against their religious beliefs.
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