It isn't forcing him to violate their religious anything.
I honestly think this is splitting hairs. A cake is not a commissioned work of art. As Justice Ginsberg said in the oral arguments, "At the end of the day it's cake. You eat it."
Let me educate YOU on your fallacy called the No True Scotsman:
From that article:
The AG's numbers and the liberals numbers are different, so you tell us.
don't forget your half
Did you also like the part you left out? "...most members are of Central American origin, principally El Salvador". I'm sure they're all legal US citizens though, right?
I think it's a small mind that only identifies people by their junk.
The word marraige was not even religouse, but a legal term.
But he did not look to end slavery either at the very moment all of the men represented by these statues were already fighting for the Confederacy.
Thanks for explaining. Are you saying you live as though there is no right or wrong? Do you have a conscience with regard to the wrongs that you do?
I think she's moving here
Oh well. Y'all are not married. He can respect your decisions or kick rocks. That's it, that's all.
Well done, so I could sizzle all night long!
No it does not exist because it is void.
So am I. To recap our conversation:
Correct, voting is not against the laws, however just because something is voted on doesn't a) make it a good law and b) certainly doesn't make the law legal. This is why many laws which are passed in states get overturned because they end up violating the constitution or the rights of other individuals.
If they didn't do anything, why are they feeling guilty?
Wizards and vampires are popular fiction characters. Neither exist in real life.
Yes. You call a murderous god good, and an innocent scapegoat evil.
Im going to skip some of your comments Peter.
Hmmmm, that's about it.
It isn't under attack anywhere
First of all, I'm sorry.
Yes, you can. Because it's public land, not private. The internet is not the public square.
"Arsen" is the act of setting things on fire.
and, even if 7 billion people believed it, it still doesn't make it true