whenever I see vehemently pro aborts reblog things that are supposed to be inspirational like “you matter” and “everyone is valuable and worthy of respect and love” all I think is what they really think is “you matter (now but you didn’t matter then)” and “you are valuable (now but you were not always)” and its just like how does that mean anything when you have already put conditions on who deserves to live and who has value.
Editorâs note: Amid the heated debate over Arizonaâs SB 1062 law, which aims to protect religious liberty, itâs worth looking back at some of the ways that religious beliefs have come under attack in the public square in recent years. The language in this post that is quoted originally appeared … More
:original ga bill anon: Hi, sorry I'm just now getting back to you, had a busy week. I did not know about the Obamacare bill that has been in the works for awhile, I doubt that is the bill that is being discussed but I'm not sure. I'll have to get some details about it. Though I saw your response to the other anon and I'm confused as to how discrimination should be allowed even in the economy of "I won't serve you/hire you"?
I thought I answered this already. Sorry.
The right of a business to accept or deny anyone is the right of the business. Likewise, the right of the consumer is to act against that business should they not agree with its policy.
The free market deals with discrimination better than any government policy. Let’s not forget that certain business sell to certain markets and placing the government at the heart of the business decision making is setting up a dangerous precedent.
For example, there are businesses that sell to certain groups, dating sites that were made to serve homosexuals, Christians, people over 50. Corporations that specialize in male needs or female needs.
If we put into place a precedent that requires a business to serve all groups, then we’re undermining the rights of a business to run their workplace in the way they see fitting to their morals, religion, or corporate strategy.