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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Maybe he is not responding to "their whims", or what they might call their beliefs and positions; maybe he too holds them.

    I don't get why it is necessary to insult a position you diagree with by calling it names like a whim or bigoted or whatever. If it is a bad position just attack the position.
    Where did I use an insult and since when is the term "whim" a pejorative?

    I think you're reading too much into what I'm saying.
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  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    Which is why I find it curious that the same conservative people who (rightly) call out this douchehammer of a politician for trying to stop someone from expressing himself in a way that millions of other Americans get to have no problem turning around and arguing that gay and lesbian people don't deserve to be married to one another.
    Because most Conservatives believe it is ok to have a different opinion and respect that opinion rather than calling people who disagree with them names.

    Just because someone doesn't believe gays should marry doesn't give them the right to tell you that you are wrong for believing otherwise. And that goes both ways.

    This minister for religious reasons doesn't believe in gay marriage. That is his right. It is NOT his right to infringe upon BA's right to say he does. Period.

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  3. #33

    Re: Politician tells Bisciotti to put a lid on BA's public support for same sex marriage (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    Because most Conservatives believe it is ok to have a different opinion and respect that opinion rather than calling people who disagree with them names.

    It's just so typical of the liberal mindset in the US: freedom of speech is an inalienable right, as long as that speech coincides with their politically correct agenda. Otherwise, those who express contrary opinions are called fascists.
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    Chris Kluwe backs Brendon Ayanbadejo's comments with letter to Emmett C. Burns Jr.

    Wow! What a letter and I agree with everything. Kluwe is awesome!
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    Re: Politician tells Bisciotti to put a lid on BA's public support for same sex marriage (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    It's just so typical of the liberal mindset in the US: freedom of speech is an inalienable right, as long as that speech coincides with their politically correct agenda. Otherwise, those who express contrary opinions are called fascists.
    Heh. I've heard this before.

    You can have your free speech and still be accused of acting like a bigot, T. Just because a person has free speech does not mean he should be applauded for wanting to treat some Americans like second class citizens.

    Free speech does not mean a person is right, or is free from criticism.
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  6. #36

    Re: Politician tells Bisciotti to put a lid on BA's public support for same sex marriage (Merged)

    Using football as a platform to endorse gay marriage doesn't seem to be the swiftest manuever. Burns has no right to demand B.A. keep quiet, but every right to call out his endorsement.




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    Re: Politician tells Bisciotti to put a lid on BA's public support for same sex marriage (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    Burns has no right to demand B.A. keep quiet, but every right to call out his endorsement.
    Right. This is entertaining from a free speech angle, regardless of your opinion about gay marriage.

    What an interesting coincidence to see Muhammad Ali at the Ravens facility this week. When I think of guys who became athletes and then used that celebrity status to speak out about social or political causes, he was that guy, back in his day.
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    His definitions and arguments were so clear in his own mind that he was unable to understand how any reasonable person could honestly differ with him.




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