Gay Rights Group Files Human Rights Complaint Against T-Shirt Company

Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by Conservative, Apr 3, 2012.

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should they be forced to accept business against their beliefs?

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  1. Conservative
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    Read the whole article, answer the poll, and then comment.

    Gay Rights Group Files Human Rights Complaint Against T-Shirt Company | FOX News & Commentary: Todd Starnes

     
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    Not having a t-shirt violates their rights as human beings?
     
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    I voted no. A court should not order them to do so.

    The offended group has every right to boycott the company, though in dong so the anti gay/lesbian crowd would swarm to them and buy their products.

    The real issue is why a Christian group would treat others the way they do. I was raised Catholic, and was taught the Golden Rule at a very young age. Of course I no longer attend any religious services because I understand the difference in what organized religions say and what they do.
     

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