Monday, July 1, 2013

Gay marriage fight now becomes a religious liberty fight | WashingtonExaminer.com

Gay marriage fight now becomes a religious liberty fight | WashingtonExaminer.com:
The only opening left, I guess, is for us to give the liberals what they are really asking for:

No Christian should ever do business with a non-Christian.  I wonder how quickly the atheists can open those segregated hospitals?

6 comments:

Bill S said...

"No Christian should ever do business with a non-Christian. I wonder how quickly the atheists can open those segregated hospitals?"

Some of the ideas you come up with are humorous. So a Christian should refuse to do business with a non-Christian. You sound like a candidate for an MBA. Such wisdom in a business sense!

Theodore Seeber said...

Some things are more important than money, Bill, though I know you east coast liberals don't like to think so.

Bill S said...

Refusing to do business with non-Christians is just not a good idea. Business is business.

Theodore Seeber said...

Business should be sacrificed to the common good. Business isn't worth it if you have to be immoral to do it.

Bill S said...

You were talking about not doing business with non-Christians. That does not contribute to the common good. That is just silly.

Theodore Seeber said...

It contributes to the common good by ending the charade that multiculturalism can work. It can't you know. 2 million years of tribal evolution trumps 200 years of experimenting with multiculturalism, every time.

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