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Ya know, I always find it sad when bigots try to paint themselves as somehow different from, or superior to, other bigots.

Sorry guys, but you're no different. Your ideas put you on the same mental and philosophical plane as any racist, sexist, homophobe or other bigot.

You want to spin it so that your prejudice is justified? Guess what? So does every other bigot. Their arguments all essentially break down to "that's just how it really is".

And likewise, you project your beliefs on others with some form of "everybody else is too stupid to get it" or "everyone else thinks this way too but just won't admit it".

Sad :nonod:

By accepting those ideas, you've put yourself in the same category as the KKK, the Aryan nation and the Westboro Baptist Church.

Your ideas and thought processes are no different than theirs. You just chose a different target.

And that's truthfully the only difference I've ever found between one bigot and another.

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So it's okay to discriminate against someone as long as it's for their beliefs...

Wow :nonod:

Glad you guys had nothing to do with the writing of the constitution.

Erm... where in that did I say it's ok to discriminate.. at all?

All I said was judging and discriminating for beliefs isn't comparable to judging and discriminating for skin color... =/

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I'm late to all this but my grandma made me sing in church all the time she said and I quote " Jason, you have the voice of an angel"....

Hope this helps this thread.

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lol Dockery makes a great point about the LT thread, but it doesn't get addressed because LT went to UNC and the girl was black, while John Kasay is a white Christfag,

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Fathers of the huddle: would you let your daughter do this?

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I officially never want to have a daughter.

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I love how Mr. Scot tried to be intellectual after SLJ posted a picture from his crapper.

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I'm late to all this but my grandma made me sing in church all the time she said and I quote " Jason, you have the voice of an angel"....

Hope this helps this thread.

what an insult!

your voice is like the combination of fergie and jesus.

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Basically, there is a time and place for everything, and discussions about kids, race and religion are not really approppriate for the Huddle.

In other notes:

-Internet forums are chock full of fools.

-Mods can be somewhat hypocrtical

-Comedy is best left to the professionals, as is intellectual discussions (and pseudo-intellectual exclamations) regarding all kinds of bigotry in America, especially race-based bigotry.

Class is dismissed!

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Oh cool...I've now learned I've added racism to this thread, rodeo and SLJ hate christians with no impunity, and Fiz is into kiddie porn.

What will the day bring.

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What will the day bring.

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Not a father but... yes.

The problem with that clip is not the dancing......it is all of the perverted fugtards in the world that to turn it into one of their sexual fantasies.

If you find watching girls of that age dance sexually arousing, please feel free to castrate yourself.

That is all.

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Your specific quote was "if you use your child as a pallette for you to paint your beliefs and values upon (not saying that is what Kasay did, nor that every parent doesn't have the right to do so), then you should fully accept the fact that someone that doesn't believe or value the same things has a right to make a mockery of it."

...and I stand by that quote...

If you put only your selected values upon your children, and don't teach them to learn others on their own, then you cannot expect them to go through life without their beliefs being mocked at multiple points...

In other words, it's okay for me to crack on someone else's kid if they're teaching them beliefs I don't buy into.

Stop trying to rephrase things I say to fit your own understanding...

No, crack on the belief itself or the overbearing parents, not the child who doesn't yet have the ability to form their own beliefs...

You say "nobody cares about Kasay's daughter singing in church" as if you speak for everyone. You don't, but then that's typical thinking of someone with a prejudice they want to justify.

It isn't relevant to the Panthers, and certainly not to football...

You are prejudiced against me, btw, as you take every opportunity to dissect my posts lately...

So it's okay to discriminate against someone as long as it's for their beliefs...

I don't discriminate against anyone for their beliefs... but I do take every opportunity to point out the absurdity of them...

Glad you guys had nothing to do with the writing of the constitution.

Yeah, because guys who OWNED OTHER HUMAN BEINGS and DIDN'T GIVE WOMEN OR NON-WHITE MEN THE RIGHT TO VOTE for a looooonnnggg time are so much better and less bigoted than me...

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