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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by dherloc, Oct 22, 2010.
Screw them, if a man wanted a male roommate (to keep the GF happy, ect), does that make him sexist?
She can sue the government for violating her civil rights.
She posted the notice at her (presumably Christian) church, and the do-gooders say:
What people of other faiths were looking at it?
Screw them. She should be able to choose her own friggin' roommate.
More proof that its OK to be pagan, hindu, muslim, atheist, etv., just dont be christian.
Her place = Her choice
I read this article about an hour ago and - this coming from someone who isn't religious - I became absolutely livid.
They aren't talking about a rental-property here, they're talking about roommates (same living quarters, even if not same bedroom), thus the whole case is of a personal nature, and is, in effect, a relationship (of sorts) the woman is looking for.
I know everyone else says it all way too much, but can I start copying them by stating "I think we've finally gone off the deep end as a nation"?
(Yeah, it's my first time saying that - do I get a club card now?)
I don't think so. While it is (probably) a non-christian who complained, the rukle that was cited allows equal complaints about asking for a roommate who is muslim, jewish, etc. I can also see where the complaint might have been made by a christian to call attention to the idiotic law in MI.
It's not MI law, it's federal. See the other thread on this.
The law is an equal opportunity failure, but that doesnt change the anti-christian sentiment that the entire left expresses while declaring christians intolerant at the same time.