An ad: Wanted Single Christian female room mate to share one room Apartment, prefer someone with own transportation and works shift work.
Brings about a lawsuit because it discriminates based on Sex, Religion, marital status, and those on welfare. If you want to make sure you do not have an unemployed room mate with felony drug convictions and is a pedophile you are discriminating under housing laws and can be sued up to $25,000 in most states.
Christian Roommate Seeker Accused of Discrimination
By Nathan Black on October 22,2010
A 31-year-old woman who placed an ad for a Christian roommate on her church bulletin board has been charged with housing discrimination.
The Alliance Defense Fund, which is representing the Christian woman, has called the complaint filed by the Fair Housing Center of West Michigan "absurd."
"Christians shouldn’t live in fear of being punished by the government for being Christians," said ADF Senior Legal Counsel Joel Oster in a statement Thursday. "It is completely absurd to try to penalize a single Christian woman for privately seeking a Christian roommate at church – an obviously legal and constitutionally protected activity.
On the other hand a political ad on “ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS” is deemed raciest by the lefts leading lunatic Joy Behar. The ad talks about crime caused by “ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS” and the left turns it into an attack on Mexican-Americans. That is because to the left all Illegal immigrants are Mexicans, so who is stereotyping here? Rather then discuss the issue she resorted to vile name-calling and saying that Ms. Angle should “GO to Hell”; which is interesting as MS Behar is an atheist and does not believe in hell.
Joy Behar condemned a political ad by Nevada Republican Senate nominee Sharron Angle as fomenting racial divisiveness. The View aired Angle’s latest TV ad on the talk show on Tuesday morning. Looking at the camera, Behar addressed Angle, calling her a “bitch” and concluding that Angle is “going to hell, this bitch.”
For a better look at the lefts standards let us look at two cases of religious discrimination. And what they consider appropriate behavior in both cases.
Christian fundamentalist bigotry reigns at US Air Force Academy
By Patrick Martin
30 April 2005
Evangelical Christians among the officers and cadets at the US Air Force Academy have created an atmosphere of systematic intolerance towards Jewish and non-religious students, according to reports by minority students and investigations by off-campus groups concerned about the rise of fundamentalist bigotry.
On April 19, academy officials revealed that 55 complaints against religious harassment by Christian fundamentalists have been filed in the last four years, including “saying bad things about persons of other religions or proselytizing in inappropriate places,” a spokesman said.
August 22, 2008
Christian Theology Students Forced off Campus by Mob of Islamic Hard-liners
Topics: Political News and commentaries
Back in one of Barack Obama's home countries, Indonesia, Christians aren't fairing very well at the hands of Muslims like his dad and step dad:
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Hundreds of Christian theology students have been living in tents since a mob of angry Muslim neighbors stormed their campus last month wielding bamboo spears and hurling Molotov cocktails.
The incident comes amid growing concern that Indonesia's tradition of religious tolerance is under threat from Islamic hard-liners.
Perhaps the Dem's messiah might give some of his home boys a call and ask them to lighten up on the Christians - at least until after November.
By the way, I couldn't help but notice that the leader of a Muslim Brotherhood-linked group will speak at the Democratic National Convention. No surprise here, just thought I'd mention it.
The real issue here for us as Americans comes under the purview of the Constitution.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
The right of freedom of assembly, and to freely exercise our religion; this with the Right of Association that many case laws have tied to the first amendment shows just how far political correctness has taken us from common sense.
Right of Association
''It is beyond debate that freedom to engage in association for the advancement of beliefs and ideas is an inseparable aspect of the 'liberty' assured by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, which embraces freedom of speech. . . . Of course, it is immaterial whether the beliefs sought to be advanced by association pertain to political, economic, religious or cultural matters, and state action which may have the effect of curtailing the freedom to associate is subject to the closest scrutiny.'' It would appear from the Court's opinions that the right of association is derivative from the First Amendment guarantees of speech, assembly, and petition, although it has at times seemingly been referred to as a separate, independent freedom protected by the First Amendment. The doctrine is a fairly recent construction, the problems associated with it having previously arisen primarily in the context of loyalty-security investigations of Communist Party membership, and these cases having been resolved without giving rise to any separate theory of association.
Freedom of association as a concept thus grew out of a series of cases in the 1950's and 1960's in which certain States were attempting to curb the activities of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Freedom of association is the individual right to come together with other individuals and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend common interests. The right to freedom of association has been included in a number of national constitutions and human rights instruments, including the US constitution and the European Convention on Human Rights and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The right to freedom of association is sometimes used interchangeably with the freedom of assembly. More specifically the freedom of assembly is understood in a political context, although depending on the source (constitution, human rights instrument etc) the right to freedom of association may be understood to include the right to freedom of assembly.
The U.S. Constitution, International law, treaties and agreements, and common sense all say that Political Correctness is nonsense.
Just My thoughts for today