One who intends to leave others better off for his having existed.

12/16/09

Manhattan Declaration straw man stereotypical generalization: Who wants to deny or enforce what onto whom?


It is ironic that those who today assert a right to kill the unborn, aged and disabled and also a right to engage in immoral sexual practices, and even a right to have relationships integrated around these practices be recognized and blessed by law—such persons claiming these “rights” are very often in the vanguard of those who would trample upon the freedom of others to express their religious and moral commitments to the sanctity of life and to the dignity of marriage as the conjugal union of husband and wife.


 


Manhattan Declaration: Religious Liberty, Via Guarino



 

Is demeaning rhetoric bigoted if verbs and/or adjectives describing multiple nouns


are interchangeable with dissimilar multiples of nouns, like Muslims, Blacks, those, such persons, Jews, Whites, Devil Worshipers etc…?


 


I find the law very explicit on murdering your fellow man,


but there's nothing here about killing a Chinaman.


 


Case dismissed.


 


Judge Roy Bean


Why did many white religious institutions


teach congregants that God supported racial segregation?

1 comment:

Brenda Bowers said...

Joe is merely pointing out the characteristics we have all witnessed in the actions of fanatics of any belief/movement. A fanatic sees no barriers such as truth or decency to the achievement of their aims. We are witnessing this in Congress now where lying, cheating and bribery are praised with straight faces and firm convictions of appropriateness by the fanatics for Obamacare.

We witness these same characteristics by the Iranians, the North Koreans, Hugo Chevez and any number of fanatics. They follow one easily discernible pattern. Ever have and ever will. BB