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With the recent decisions by the Supreme Court, are we losing the fabric that once made up the U.S.?


Changing laws to fit decisions, deciding that homosexuals can marry, getting rid of the Ten Commandments everywhere in the U.S.A.. Is everything offensive to everyone except those who would like to hold onto traditions and beliefs? Seems odd that it's mostly Christians that are being zeroed in on and discriminated against. You're thoughts?

 

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    John D Wilson (claptona) 2 years ago

    Well wba108,

    Thanks for a well thought out answer.

    I appreciate you taking the time to write it.

    Cheers


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Lela (Austinstar) says

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    John D Wilson (claptona) 2 years ago

    The Constitution does not talk abut marriage.

    Religious displays have been a part of American life since the founding of the country.

    Name calling seems to be the answer to most of the messages coming from those that espouse this drivel.

    Ciao


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    John D Wilson (claptona) 2 years ago

    As Picard said, "Make it so".

    "The fabric" may not be that the state has any right to decide who or what gets married.

    My belief is that nothing is "moral" or "immoral" in America, these days.

    "Right" and "wrong" concepts have been lost.

    JMHO


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    John D Wilson (claptona) 2 years ago

    Understood. M.T. Dremer.

    That's a good question at the end of your comment.

    Are no "morals" held through thick and thin?

    Not killing, not stealing?

    We do both - execute and tax (robbery by law)

    What's an eternal truth?

    Thanks for your comment


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    Lela (Austinstar) 2 years ago

    I love it! Can I quote you? It's time to get everyone into the 21st century!


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    Yes Dear (lovemychris) 2 years ago

    Great comment!


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