- Oct 25, 2016
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Over your head.There you have it. No free speech.why would I sue my boss for telling me what I cant say on his property???You actually don’t. Go ask your employer. Better yet, test it by telling your coworkers things your employer disagrees with. Keep doing it over and over again. Then after you get fired try suing him for infringing on your free speech. Then you will discover I am right.of course I have free speech at work,,,I may work for an asshole but hes a tolerant asshole,,,The only restrictions on free speech applies to government. You don’t have a right to free speech at work, right? Does that bother you?
And for the record, I’m not proposing laws or regulations. We already have too many of those. I am proposing common sense. Common decency.
It is not decent to use a position of religious trust as a vehicle to promote men. Especially when it comes to politics. Whatever happens between congregants is one thing, but the institution should not be promoting candidates.
Ideals and values? Yes.
now he might fire me for calling him an asshole but he will regret it since we are the same person,,,
who are you to say what common sense and decency is to others???
to me your an asshole if you think you can tell others what they can or cant say in their own house,,theres nothing decent about that,,,in fact its pure evil,,,
I dont understand why you are so afraid of people speaking freely in their own churchs/houses,,,
HIS HIS PROPERTY!!!
you still dont understand only government can infringe on free speech,,,
and your point is???