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We Respectfully Disagree – 2

29 Mar

The world and its leadership are not getting better. We have sports organizations, governors, and a host of people supporting a sexual preference and we have secular scientists making up our history as they go. Both ideas are destructive and we reserve the right to respectfully disagree with their decisions. And yes, we are bending over backwards to be polite here as the former group erase the standard of right and wrong in order for some small section of the population to enjoy special rights. We do not look kindly on such stupidity especially when those secular preferences do nothing to contribute constructively to society.

We also do not look kindly upon those scientists who continue to promote strains of ancient humans and then have them mating with real humans when they cannot verify one thing they claim. We are also not in a good mood right now so we may not be as polite as we would like. First the sexual preference decision.

#1. Bullying Is Bullying No Matter Who Does Ithttp://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/29/us/georgia-governor-rejects-bill-shielding-critics-of-gay-marriage.html?_r=0

In a striking defeat to religious conservatives, Gov. Nathan Deal of Georgia said Monday that he would veto a bill intended to protect critics of same-sex marriage.

“In light of our history, I find it somewhat ironic that some in the religious community today feel that it is necessary for government to confer upon them certain rights and protections,” Mr. Deal said at the State Capitol, where he had faced intense pressure from the bill’s supporters and critics.

Given the retributive attitude most sexual alternative people maintain, this is not handing religious people certain rights and privileges but protecting them when they exercise their Constitutional right to free speech and free exercise of their religious beliefs.To be fair and just, if the government is going to do everything it can to protect the rights of the sexual alternative person, then they need to do the same for those who oppose those views..

Granting certain rights and privileges to a minute minority of people doe snot breed freedom but resentment and animosity. But then, the government likes division amongst its people, that way the people are not looking at their corruption and doing something about that problem.

Shortly before Mr. Deal spoke, the outcome of last week’s special legislative session in North Carolina moved into federal court. There, a coalition of individuals and civil liberties groups filed a challenge to a measure that overturned local protections for gay and transgender people. Critics of the law, which bars transgender people from using public bathrooms that do not match the sexes stated on their birth certificates, said the measure violated the Constitution and federal anti-discrimination laws.

Those who want to be different, abnormal and violate the rules cannot cry discrimination. They are the ones who are making the choice to be different and that choice renders their whining about being discriminated against moot. The people of color did not have a choice when they were born and they were truly discriminated against for they were and are powerless to change the color of their skin.

The people of sexual alternatives have a choice yet they refuse to exercise it thus any complaints they make are phony and do not fall under the category of discrimination.The lack of intelligence that surrounds this issue is astounding and discouraging. As is the lack of listening to wise people as political leaders rush to grab more votes by appeasing such a small percentage of the population.

That lawsuit might stretch for many months, and companies have already warned that the North Carolina law may endanger the state’s prospects for new or recurring business. With his veto here in Georgia, Mr. Deal most likely sidestepped the type of economic backlash that Indiana faced last year after its governor signed a so-called religious liberty measure. (After a national outcry, Indiana officials rewrote the law.) A number of businesses and sports organizations, including Coca-Cola and the National Football League, had warned Mr. Deal, explicitly or implicitly, that a decision to support the bill could jeopardize economic opportunities in Georgia.

Yes, bullying at its finest and that is all we can call what is described in that quote. It doesn’t matter what other people want only the sexual alternative gets a voice and an ear in legislatures, Congress and the White House. Who cares what professional sport organizations want. They are nothing and maybe they would change their tune if the millions of people who support them by attending the games, paying high ticket prices, buy their paraphernalia, at high cost, or watch their games on the t.v. and so on suddenly stopped doing that.

We do not advocate boycotts but maybe the people whose rights are being trampled should vote with their pocket books and put the pressure back on these corporations who are ruining civilization today. If these corporations do not care about the regular person then maybe the regular person should send them a message. No one should endure bullying from anyone and it is time to sock the bullies on the nose and let them know they are not as strong or brave as they let on.

The Georgia bill was intended to offer protections to faith-based groups if they, absent certain conditions, refused to provide “social, educational or charitable services that violate” their religious beliefs. The measure also would have allowed such groups, without legal repercussions, to avoid hiring anyone whose religious beliefs conflicted with those of the organizations.

Gay rights groups argued that the bill would have cloaked discrimination as a form of religious liberty

The right and freedom to say ‘no’ to someone is half of what freedom is all about.

“Today, Governor Deal heard the voices of Georgians, civil rights organizations, as well as the many leaders in the entertainment industry and private sector who condemned this attack on the fundamental rights of L.G.B.T. people, and he has set an example for other elected officials to follow,” Chad Griffin, the president of the Human Rights Campaign, a gay rights group, said in a statement.

No he abdicated his leadership duties and caved into those who do not want a standard of right and wrong governing any country and ignored those people who oppose such ignorance.The battle of rights is about removing right and wrong from society and letting everyone do as they please as political officials look to be re-elected instead of governing wisely.

“I do not think,” Mr. Deal said, “that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in Georgia, of which I and my family have been a part of for all of our lives.”

It is clear that he has no clue what discrimination is.

#2. Secular Scientists Are Less Intelligent Than Rockshttp://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2016/0328/Mysterious-archaic-humans-left-clues-in-a-surprising-place

Tens of thousands of years ago, our species, Homo sapiens, interbred with two different archaic human species, Neanderthals and Denisovans. The evidence for these interspecies interactions is in our genes. But the details are still fuzzy.

So teams of scientists have been combing over that genetic evidence searching for clues. And recently, researchers have worked to separate the Neanderthal from Denisovan ancestry in modern human genomes to better understand their influence.

Secularists complain that Christians are against science but in reality we are against the lies that secular science tells and this one is a whopper. There are no such things as Neanderthals or Denisovans, those groups of supposed people are mere figments of the scientific imagination. Someone once said that if you knew a subject well enough, you can confuse anybody well that is what the secular scientist is doing. They are using their scientific language and theories to confuse the world.

They act ad talk like they know what they are doing and saying but once you get past the scientific mumbo-jumbo you can see that they are making it all up and using ‘science’ to propel their dishonest agenda.

We weren’t the only humans in the world 50,000 years ago. There were these other humans that we not only met but interbred with,” study author David Reich, a geneticist at Harvard Medical School, tells The Christian Science Monitor. “And those humans contributed a lot to who we are today.”

One would think that they would produce and hire smarter people at Harvard. There is no verification for this claim and DNA cannot provide it. If it did,that would be DNA providing evidence for itself, with no extra-genetical support or help. Sorry but the train has left the station on this one and the secular scientist is the one left holding their bags. They have gone too far in this evolutionary fairy-tale and now have entered the world of the absurd and ridiculous.

What is sad is that too many people buy into these lies and live like they are being told the truth. Just so you know, finding a skull, toe bone or even a femur doe snot a species make.And that is all that anthropologists have to go on when they create these new fictitious species of supposed ancestors. If people thought that Piltdown man was a great hoax, they were and are wrong. Evolution is one of the greatest hoaxes of all time.

It is a myth of gigantic proportions, one whose plot and details are changed whenever a secularist doesn’t like the ending.

Denisovans are only identified by a few fossilized remains and their DNA.

Of course they are. Ad it would be a very subjective identification at best with no hope of being true or verified, just like their whole evolutionary theory.

So we will respectfully disagree with these actions because they are ridiculous, ignorant, and lying to the people.Something God said not to be or do. We do not need stupidity brought into our lives by these people who cannot see the truth or if they can, avoid it like the plague. There are more people in the world than the sexual alternative follower and science deserves more intelligent ideas than what is offered by the current brood of scientists. people deserve the truth, honesty, fairness, and justice bit they cannot get it when all they are given are lies, fairy-tales, and removal of those standards that have guided civilizations for over 5,000 years.

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One response to “We Respectfully Disagree – 2

  1. jbcowgill

    March 30, 2016 at 12:04 am

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