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Jeff Sessions Hack
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« on: October 03, 2018, 11:24:03 am »

Nathan Deal reduced our prison population  and wants to end cash bail for non-violent offenses. Stacey wants to continue this and Brian Kemp has been trashing her for it. Kemp wants to torpedo Georgiaís economic growth by forcing a RFRA bill (that Deal has vetoed in the past) down our throat. Outside of the typical party endorsement Deal isnít going to do too much for Kemp. 

Sorry, what is an rfra bill?
Religious Freedom Restoration Act.  Essentially, if you're a bakery, wedding planner, florist, adoption agency, etc., you have the "religious freedom" to not provide services to gay couples or transgender people.
AKA common sense. Any private entity should be able to deny anyone service (besides necessary services like medical care, education, insurance, etc) for any reason, whether it's related to religious beliefs or not.
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Jeff Sessions Hack
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« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2018, 11:48:34 am »

Nathan Deal reduced our prison population  and wants to end cash bail for non-violent offenses. Stacey wants to continue this and Brian Kemp has been trashing her for it. Kemp wants to torpedo Georgiaís economic growth by forcing a RFRA bill (that Deal has vetoed in the past) down our throat. Outside of the typical party endorsement Deal isnít going to do too much for Kemp. 

Sorry, what is an rfra bill?
Religious Freedom Restoration Act.  Essentially, if you're a bakery, wedding planner, florist, adoption agency, etc., you have the "religious freedom" to not provide services to gay couples or transgender people.
AKA common sense. Any private entity should be able to deny anyone service (besides necessary services like medical care, education, insurance, etc) for any reason, whether it's related to religious beliefs or not.

Not a big fan of that Civil Rights Act, huh?

Not particularly
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Jeff Sessions Hack
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« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2018, 10:13:46 am »

Nathan Deal reduced our prison population  and wants to end cash bail for non-violent offenses. Stacey wants to continue this and Brian Kemp has been trashing her for it. Kemp wants to torpedo Georgiaís economic growth by forcing a RFRA bill (that Deal has vetoed in the past) down our throat. Outside of the typical party endorsement Deal isnít going to do too much for Kemp.  

Sorry, what is an rfra bill?
Religious Freedom Restoration Act.  Essentially, if you're a bakery, wedding planner, florist, adoption agency, etc., you have the "religious freedom" to not provide services to gay couples or transgender people.
AKA common sense. Any private entity should be able to deny anyone service (besides necessary services like medical care, education, insurance, etc) for any reason, whether it's related to religious beliefs or not.

Not a big fan of that Civil Rights Act, huh?

You act as if that's a rare opinion from a Republican in 2018, lol.

Party of Lincoln, right Tom? Smiley

But he's just so gosh darn polite for an authentic racist hick.

Deplorable posters like him and Reaganfan are necessary to show the people here living in a bubble that RINO Tom and Badger are not generic Republicans, lol.

Requiring financial transactions and business dealings between individuals to be mutually consensual sure is a "deplorable" opinion, isn't it!
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