Monday, July 4, 2016

LGBT and the Great Civil Rights Comparison

At this point, whenever an LGBT organization bullies a Christian business into providing some service for a ceremony they wanted no part of, the cry is that 'This was settled with the Civil Rights Act! You have to serve blacks and you have to give ME whatever I want!' What isn't appreciated is that this is a great way to make a whole lot of people regard the CRA as a bad idea.

2 comments:

GoldRush Apple said...

Two homosexuals sue ChristianMingles.com -

http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/SF_spark_complaint.pdf

http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2016/06/30/christianmingle-com-opens-doors-to-gay-singles-under-settlement/

"I am gratified that we were able to work with Spark to help ensure that people can fully participate in all the diverse market places that make our country so special, regardless of their sexual orientation,” one of the lead plaintiffs’ attorneys, Vineet Dubey of Custodio & Dubey LLP, said in a statement.

A representative of Spark Networks said the company was “pleased to resolve this litigation."


It's the "equality" BS talk again. When I read this part I sensed a mocking tone when the lawyer mentioned "diverse market places that make our country so special." He let his agenda out of the bag when closing it with "sexual orientation." Because Spark Networks will make a ton of money amongst the same-sex attracted Christians, right? What company is pleased to shell out $450K and pay each plaintiff $9K? No company in their right mind unless a higher lawsuit was foreshadowed.

The "pursuit of happiness" is just being used as a convenient reminder that equality is the rule of the game.

Ever since Obergerfell v Hodges it's all been downhill. Notice how quiet the people who laughed saying it was just fear-mongering and paranoia creeping in?


Crude said...

Notice how quiet the people who laughed saying it was just fear-mongering and paranoia creeping in?

I've noticed just a couple Christians blanch a bit. Liberal sorts who 'would have voted for same-sex marriage but think this is all going too far'. I'm torn between feeling bad for them - the legitimately surprised and upset - and wanting to scream at them.