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nylonpantyman:

erin-hungergames-white:

Fuck you chick-fil-a

[NylonPantyman]  WOW, you get to see here in print, wetspt and erin-hungergames-white, expressing their 1st. Amendment Rights, but demeaning the C.E.O. of Chick-Fil-A for exercising that same right while being interviewed by the Baptist Press regarding his “personal” conviction and understanding of Marriage, where he simply expressed he embraces the biblical principle of One Man and One Woman, as setforth in both the Old and New Testiments of the Bible. This was his “personal” thoughts on the matter, not a “Corporate” statement or philosophy, nor expecting employees, customers, or citizens to embrace his understanding. He was expressing only his thoughts and understanding of marriage, not homosexuality or gay marriage. To penalize a business, its franchisee’s, employees, only goes to show the ‘ignorance’ (not having all the facts), then to ‘postulate’ (again, to presume without all the facts) a statement or a position. As this was being twisted and taken out of context, the C.E.O. in follow-up interviews by the Press clearly stated that He, his Corporation, employees, and service to their customers and the community does ‘not’ tolerate discrimination in any of its forms.
My recommendation to wetspt and erin-hungergames-white (and the many others who ‘Liked or ReBlogged this) is before expressing your 1st. Amendment rights as you did here, to investigate ‘What is”  from ‘What is not’, then express your thoughts, maybe even trying to choose and use words that are less immature or showing your limited vocabulary… . .   Jim

Good point on freedom of expression, but the the bible is not clear on marriage or sexuality. There are contradictions throughout on many moral subjects. In fact Jesus preached that his followers should not marry at all (Matthew 19:29; Mark 10:28-30; Luke 9:57-62). He even refers to those “who have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 19:10-13). Not a big proponent of any kind of marriage. An Jesus was a pretty big deal.

nylonpantyman:

erin-hungergames-white:

Fuck you chick-fil-a

[NylonPantyman]  WOW, you get to see here in print, wetspt and erin-hungergames-white, expressing their 1st. Amendment Rights, but demeaning the C.E.O. of Chick-Fil-A for exercising that same right while being interviewed by the Baptist Press regarding his “personal” conviction and understanding of Marriage, where he simply expressed he embraces the biblical principle of One Man and One Woman, as setforth in both the Old and New Testiments of the Bible. This was his “personal” thoughts on the matter, not a “Corporate” statement or philosophy, nor expecting employees, customers, or citizens to embrace his understanding. He was expressing only his thoughts and understanding of marriage, not homosexuality or gay marriage. To penalize a business, its franchisee’s, employees, only goes to show the ‘ignorance’ (not having all the facts), then to ‘postulate’ (again, to presume without all the facts) a statement or a position. As this was being twisted and taken out of context, the C.E.O. in follow-up interviews by the Press clearly stated that He, his Corporation, employees, and service to their customers and the community does ‘not’ tolerate discrimination in any of its forms.

My recommendation to wetspt and erin-hungergames-white (and the many others who ‘Liked or ReBlogged this) is before expressing your 1st. Amendment rights as you did here, to investigate ‘What is”  from ‘What is not’, then express your thoughts, maybe even trying to choose and use words that are less immature or showing your limited vocabulary… . .   Jim

Good point on freedom of expression, but the the bible is not clear on marriage or sexuality. There are contradictions throughout on many moral subjects. In fact Jesus preached that his followers should not marry at all (Matthew 19:29; Mark 10:28-30; Luke 9:57-62). He even refers to those “who have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 19:10-13). Not a big proponent of any kind of marriage. An Jesus was a pretty big deal.

(Source: twerkqueenerin)