Interesting , The ideological pollution of the lower federal courts was instrumental in that whole argument ? I think I have to say this , I told you so !
That is very good news!
I'm waiting to hear the Supreme Court's ruling on the Christian baker. They heard the case today.
I despise liberal , activist , idealists, there's always something hypocritical in the argument .Why would I have someone bake a cake IF THEY DON"T WANT TO , I saw this happening in Vermont with the whole gay marriage thing , a newly opened wedding chapel , B&B , refused service on religious grounds and ultimately lost huge $ , the gay couple sued , the place ultimately closed down .
I mean come on , what would you put in the cake ?
Yep, Obama and his appointed judges knew the 'Gay Mafia' would attack Christians and sue them for not acting on their demands. Evil dictators! Obama did everything he could to make life tough for Christians. He said he was a Christian but he attacked us in his speeches, he always sided with LGBTQxyz, Islam, and terrorists. Weaponized the IRS.... a total jackass!
It will always kind of baffle me that liberals elected Obama , he all but destroyed any trust in our government for both ideologies , I believe he despised the system of our government and was truly an outsider . Maybe not born loving the US. but certainly bred for building by tearing things apart.
Liberals will argue all of this , No one in the long or recent history divided us more and united us less than Obama .
The "Christian Baker? Jesus would have baked the cake and made two friends instead of two enemies. Too many Christians are conveniently forgetting that.
That isn't Scriptural. Its no wonder people forget that part.
But, make it up as you go along your merry way, as many do.
Those seem like two good points Kathleen. I wonder if Christians would agree with the first and deny the second. or deny both?
by John D Wilson 2 years ago
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...
by Elizabeth 3 years ago
Does claiming religious freedom exempt you from having to obey the law?Kim Davis, county clerk in Kentucky had now been jailed on charges of contempt of court for refusing, on God's authority, to to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. Her appeal was denied by...
by Sharlee 6 months ago
My question - In general, how do you feel about the right to religious freedom being used in this specific Supreme Court decision? Does one have the right to discriminate due to a religious belief? The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of a Colorado cake baker who refused to make a...
by Akriti Mattu 3 years ago
Personally, i feel it's a huge leap forward. What are your views ?
by Person of Interest 6 years ago
"Republicans and Democrats are girding for a politically explosive week as the Supreme Court prepares to rule as early as Monday on the federal health care overhaul."http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/06 … care-case/Seems to me that the 10th amendment all by itself invalidates...
by Dan Harmon 3 years ago
Texas attorney general Ken Paxton has issued a statement that the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage is illegal. “Texas must speak with one voice against this lawlessness, and act on multiple levels to further protect religious liberties for all Texans, but most immediately do anything we can...
|HubPages Device ID|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Google Analytics|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel|
|Google Hosted Libraries|
|Google AdSense Host API|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels|
|Author Google Analytics|
|Amazon Tracking Pixel|