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Politically, I consider myself:

  1. 1. Politically, I consider myself:

    • Socialist
      25
    • Liberal
      129
    • Moderate
      47
    • Conservative
      89
    • Libertarian
      30

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I am not aware of a doctrine in the Christian church which suggests that one may not bake a cake for a homosexual marriage, or that one must not take photographs at a gay wedding lest the person be cast into eternal hell fire.

These are choices that individual Christians are making so as to discriminate against that with which they disagree, in my view. They apparently believe that their faith or purity or something will be contaminated or damaged if they provide their business services for those very specific sinners. They apparently don't mind serving other sinners so much. Our laws and our society should not have to accomodate that level of bigotry from industry.

Ahhh, the INTOLERANCE displayed by those who clamor for tolerance is always amazing.

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I do wonder if they are consistent in their beliefs and also refuse to make a cake for those getting married after divorce? Or do they ONLY discriminate against same sex couples?

You wonder if they are "consistent in their beliefs".

You mean "you wonder if they are consistent in what I BELIEVE their beliefs should be".

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You wonder if they are "consistent in their beliefs".

You mean "you wonder if they are consistent in what I BELIEVE their beliefs should be".

Don't be silly. Christian values and morals are not a secret.

On a side note have you ever visited a former concentration camp? I have. It was interesting to note an enlarged aerial photo of the camp while it was in operation. The various buildings were labeled. Of particular note was a building located near the front gate labeled "chapel". It's where the SS guards would pray and worship between mass killings.

While serving in Bosnia I took note of how Serbian Militias always traveled with their own chaplain with them on ethnic cleansing operations.

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Don't be silly. Christian values and morals are not a secret.

Apparently, they are a secret from YOU.

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Apparently, they are a secret from YOU.

Thank you for that insightful comment that furthers the discussion.

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Thank you for that insightful comment that furthers the discussion.

Well, perhaps you may want to consider refraining from comments on subjects you are pitifully ignorant of, like for instance "Christian values and morals".

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Well, perhaps you may want to consider refraining from comments on subjects you are pitifully ignorant of, like for instance "Christian values and morals".

I do refrain from commenting on subjects I am ignorant of.

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I do refrain from commenting on subjects I am ignorant of.

Not that I can tell.

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Guys, .... please .....

A whole lotta posts have been reported by several members.

You might want to utilize the ignore feature, o.k.??

Here's how it works:

Go to your Account to the upper right or at the bottom of the page, then click on the Dashboard dropdown menu, "Edit Ignore List". Find the following:

[h=2]Add Members to Your Ignore List[/h] From time to time, you may run into members whom you may not care for. Maybe, you don't like their posting style, avatar, etc. With this option, messages posted by anyone on this list will not be displayed to you.

Then, just add the ones you need to in order to keep from buying and having to ingest frequently, Tums, Zantac, etc.

Trust me, it does help ... and, no peeking, o.k.??

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Is it required or recommended to ignore rather than report?

Ignoring someone is not a requirement, no. Just highly suggested. :)

Reporting helps staff stay on top of the "hot" threads that can devolve sometimes. Also, not a requirement.

And, although we (staff) may not always tell the reporter, we really appreciate those who take the time to report.

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