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Comment Re:Different people, different rules (again) (Score 1) 1032

Right, and have you seen anyone preventing those potential customers from creating their own bakeries, or going to one that's willing to do the job. The bakery isn't trying to force anyone into supporting their beliefs, so why are you trying to force them to support yours.

As for Twitter, I personally support their right to boot anyone they damn well please...just like the bakery should have been allowed. Either way, we shouldn't have a double standard.

Comment Re:If??!?!?!! Really, now Twitter?!?!?! (Score 1) 1032

So, here's the problem. Free speech means free speech as long as it's not assault, inciting a riot, etc. But, "hate speech" is still free speech, and should be treated as such...Westburo Baptist Church and KKK included (as much as I despise those pricks). We don't live under European style speech rules...that seems to be what many of the politically correct types keep getting wrong. There's also no constitutional right to not be offended, and there is one allowing someone to offend you. If you can't handle that, you may need to go find a safe space.

And no, I didn't vote for Trump.

Comment Re:Define Conundrum (Score 1) 240

Your post is irrelevant. Obama tried hard to make friends with Putin because he believe we could all just sing Kumbya, and chided Romney for pointing out the obvious, that Russia was the biggest threat. Trump has yet to do a thing with Russia, and the left is all over his ass. Congnitive dissonance is strong with you and yours.

And just for the record, I didn't vote for him.

Comment Re:Define Conundrum (Score 1) 240

Interesting that the AP is reporting:

The White House is praising President-elect Donald Trump's deal with Carrier Corp. to keep nearly 1,000 jobs in the United States, but is trying to play down the significance of the agreement.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest says Trump "deserves credit" for brokering the deal, which the air conditioning company says will keep the jobs in Indiana instead of moving them to Mexico.

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