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The very fact that this had to go to court is stupid.

One's rights don't end where another's feewins begin.

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Good! A Loss for the Rainbow Mob is a Win for America!

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Good. We need to see more legislation protecting freedom of any kind these days. Freedom is depressingly rare in the modern era.

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It's complicated = This fence is giving me a wedgie

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Awesome, but the people who bring this shit against them need to pay. We cannot have a "process as punishment" system where butthurt deviants and pro bono lawyers force decent people to spend wealth fighting off bullshit accusations.

And what the fuck does "using public services paid for by the public, then you should participate in public" mean? What an idiotic statement. If you have a business that public roads go to you have to do whatever the public wants?

What an dumbass ethic. Tim bends over backwards to appease his progressive sensibilities while pandering to his more right leaning audience. It's not as complicated as he makes it, and he has a shallow, superficial understanding of civil rights.


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2019-25-Tu 05:25:39 pm

Awesome, but the people who bring this shit against them need to pay. We cannot have a "process as punishment" system where butthurt deviants and pro bono lawyers force decent people to spend wealth fighting off bullshit accusations.

And what the fuck does "using public services paid for by the public, then you should participate in public" mean? What an idiotic statement. If you have a business that public roads go to you have to do whatever the public wants?

What an dumbass ethic. Tim bends over backwards to appease his progressive sensibilities and his more right leaning audience. It's not as complicated as he makes it, and he has a shallow, superficial understanding of civil rights.

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It's not much of a conundrum really. Does anyone think you could force a composer to write you a special song? Of course not. The only thing that changes here is the occupation - but it's the same principle.

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Imagine the fucking balls on someone DEMANDING someone else work for them.

Saw a quip that went "it's pointless to try arguing with someone who knows they're right" -- well if the court can keep defending free speech we might be okay, but since conversation is dead and all nuance has been lost -- if the courts lose their nerve we'll be reduced to violence on both sides real quick.


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2019-27-Tu 05:27:07 pm

Imagine the fucking balls on someone DEMANDING someone else work for them.

Saw a quip that went 'it's pointless to try arguing with someone who know's they're right' - well if the court can keep defending free speech we might be okay, but since conversation is dead and all nuance has been lost - if the courts lose their nerve we'll be reduced to violence on both sides real quick.

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There is no such thing as tolerance to the Left, only self-flagellation and forced endorsement of the "minorities". Very reminiscent of Kim Jung-Il's funeral where people were arrested for not mourning enough during the funeral procession.

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LugButts need to calm the fuck down.

There are about 100 million wedding stores in the country, and 99% of them would be delighted to print your faggoty invitations.

So they track down the 1% with religious scruples and try to run them the fuck out of business.

Time to shut the fuck up, or get forcibly shoved back into the closet when people realize that the tail is wagging the fucking dog.

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Reminder: The logic that "If you're using public services, you're obligated to serve the public" can be twisted to force literally anyone to do literally anything.

Normally, Tim would be able to see the obvious fallacy of this thinking, but he (like any leftist, and most normies) is engaging in a "starting from the conclusion" thought process.

In this case, the conclusion is, "Denying service to black people in the Jim Crow era was wrong, therefore I must adhere to logic that justifies why that is wrong", leading to all kinds of logical gymnastics like, "Well, gay wedding cakes are different because they're 'forcing speech'", which is an irrelevance when faced with the larger truth that, "Any time you force someone to conduct business against their will, you are violating their property rights."

This kind of logical fuck-up is what stops Tim from having value beyond just, "Not being part of corporate media".

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