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LibertAryan GOIP Fundamentals!

November 17, 2019

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Yes means no and no means no…means no no yes to no…blah blah. Our LibertAryan fundementals:

“Good question! Everyone sure seemed to think Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford’s accusations were “sincere” and “credible”. At least, everyone in her tribe sure did.

As for the “type of country we want to live in”, I’d like to live in one where religious pluralism is encouraged and that includes all different types of Biblical hermeneutics.”

The most repulsive world I can think of is one that tries to dismiss religious fundamentals held for thousands of years–and still the mainstream even just a decade ago–as “twisted and flawed”. I mean, if you’re fixated on revolutionizing how we think of human coupling, how many more years of the “love is love” nonsense before you’re claiming we need to be more open-minded about bestiality? Or will start policing the sermons of conservative churches to make sure they’re “bigotry-free”? The adjective “Orwellian” gets bandied about a bit too much, but it seems fully applicable here.

Every attempt to compare discrimination against gay weddings toward discrimination against mixed-race weddings fails the litmus test. Nothing about a mixed race heterosexual wedding expands the definition of marriage, and no attempt to cite the Bible has passed the anti-discriminatory sniff test. The Booneville MS situation was the optimal outcome; the discriminator learned from her mistakes and it didn’t result in cancel culture. Something tells me, though, this will never be enough for the gay extremists who don’t just expect tolerance but complete validation of their behavior.

And I’m speaking as an atheist who supports gay marriages! I just think at some point they need to leave well enough alone. Let the Bible Belt states at least recognize their religious liberty. The gays can still get married in Mississippi; the state recognizes it and the Episcopal church would be happy to officiate. But most other churches should be free to say “hard pass”. You know, that whole “states rights” thing. Which probably makes me a racist. Oh well