- Jul 5, 2004
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I can't answer for entire groups of people. I can only answer on my behalf. But I'm not seeing that many conservative groups getting angry either.Why aren't your fellow gays rising in immediate protest against this abomination? They should be screaming across the news outlets. Isn't that how the pink triangle got its start? How come so much silence among the liberals and the gays?
You are correct. All of them are for hoping that the killing of the Jews will get them 'off the hook.' It didn't work in 1940's, maybe it will now?I can't answer for entire groups of people. I can only answer on my behalf. But I'm not seeing that many conservative groups getting angry either.
I did not say I agreed with it being illegal to deny the Holocaust. I merely gave a more plausible and far-less conspiratorial reason for the law to exist.Stupid yes, but illegal? If it's so stupid, there should be nothing to fear.
Perhaps not as horrific but pretty-damned disgusting are those who have used the Holocaust to force their points of views on others. Anytime you see Neo-Nazis marching in the US, unequal time is given to the protesters of said march, some of whom are always represented by a group of Jews.It saddens me that anyone would deny such a horrific event happened. There are people who worked at the concentration camps who've given accounts of what happened as well as survivors who still suffer to this day. I'm not saying that questioning it should be illegal, but people should honestly know better.
And everyone hates something. What I REALLY hate are double-standards. Such as: we're all about free speech, but only if it agrees with us.Sorry, Kathianne. I don't cut much slack for white supremacist, neo-nazis.... doesn't mean his intellect is off... just his morals.
Hate is hate...whether it's RWA-style or not.
BTW, I just checked. Your post responded to WJ's... hence my comments.
I'm a centrist. I don't see legislating morality as either right side or left side. People's definition of what is moral is subjective.Sure you aren't.
So you are saying you ARE for legislating morality? You know, like homosexuality is an abomination?
Didn't think so.
Morality in the sense of the Judeo-Christian-based society in which we live, and the Judeo-Christian morals and values we posess is pretty specific. The subjectivity only comes in when you apply either foreign values, or those who wish to ignore the morals and/or the origin of the morals under which they live.I'm a centrist. I don't see legislating morality as either right side or left side. People's definition of what is moral is subjective.