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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The faux broohaha over Indiana. Human rights is for every one or no one.

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Let's see if I can get this right;
Gays have the right to live freely, and in peace, their views respected and have the human rights everyone else enjoys...
But wait, they and the supporters of this micro-minority, have the right to discriminate against the views of others? and more importantly, the right to life itself takes a back step to some crap about a cake which one could get anywhere else???
I must be missing something...or is someones priorities f*cked up.

Personal thoughts...
I don't go to, nor support gay pride parades, for apparent reasons...
And reading the comment below the picture, neither does self respecting gay people... 

I don't promote the banning of it, nor the limitations of their rights, I just don't go to these... gatherings, because I don't agree with some of the things some do....it is my personal choice and it does hurt anyone.

Now, I don't agree with everything religious people stand for, or believe, there is so many different denomination with many conflicting beliefs, some conflict with mine and some parallels it.
What I do, is try to find a balance and if I can't then I just leave them alone and respect their right to their own lifestyle.
And expect the same in return.

No one is advocating discrimination against anyone, but if one has rights, there has to be balance to respect other's rights to the life they chose.
Here's a suggestion, If you don't like it...DON'T GO THERE...

We live is a very confusing times, even strange enough to say democracy is trying to find it's true place. But in the meantime, stepping on the foot of others in order to fit in is not the way to advance it....

As for those who go for the taste of the month club...
Some want to be on the good side of people like miley cyrus, after all isn't she a perfect role model for the young? and how they should behave?
Maybe we should listen to her and her moral values on how Indiana should do things...

The point is, whether one is gay or religious or pro-life, if you want your rights respected, don't step on others to achieve it, you will be responsible for one hell of a self imposed backlash down the road and produce more people against you...more resentment, and that has the unfortunate result in producing hate.

Maybe if we take a breath and let things cool down for a while, everyone will catch up, find a balance that everyone can live with, but at the moment, when we have those who get on the bandwagon promoted by some self serving media, to blast Indiana, while forgetting other states and even the feds under clinton have done the same thing, or worse, they create divisions where none should exist.
Trying to please everyone all at once is a recipe for disaster, the "it's this way and you have no choice" is not the way to find harmony in a democracy, not everyone is going to agree, if you impose, you will make more damages than one expected....

Your gay? OK, no problem, I don't agree with your choice of lifestyle but I will never impose my will on you....
Your religious, I don't agree with everything you believe, but I will never impose my will on you...
Your pro-life...
Your pro-choice...
Have a nice day....

Balance, it will find it's way in the long run...
Just give it time....

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