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Colin Kaepernick would like a word.
Rep. Vicky Hartzler @RepHartzler
The Supreme Court sent a strong message today that religious freedom will not be imperiled in America.
No one should have to choose between their job and practicing their faith. #SCOTUS
10:42 AM · Jun 27, 2022
Some of the responses:
1/ Really? No one should have to choose between their job and practicing their faith.
If I firmly believe before the day begins, everyone must pray to my God so that our work is good and safe. And, people who don’t pray my way are not good people and must be fired.
2/ What should people do: if they are told this mandatory prayer is not in the interest of the company and if they insist on such a prayer they are fired, be fired for their beliefs or not follow their beliefs?
3/ In this country so far, you do not have the religious freedom to shove your beliefs down anyone’s throat and if people resist your beliefs, they should not be fired or harassed.
Correction: The Supreme Court sent a strong message today that we Christian theocrats have the religious freedom to shove our beliefs onto everyone in public places.
But he didn’t have to choose Vick, that’s the whole point. “The district said that some students felt pressured into taking part and that it offered alternative, less public places to pray after games.” Kennedy choose to defy that. Freedom comes with responsibility, period!
If I do something and my boss doesn’t like it, he tells me to stop and I do it anyway, I’m fired, that’s how it works. You GQPs made all these “at will” states and yet gripe when someone exercises it. Plus they offered accommodations, he chose to sue for 15-minutes of fame.
“The Supreme Court sent a strong message today that Christian proselytizing will not be imperiled in America.”
You are a Christofascist. This isn’t your church. This is our country.
Serious question. Would you support a Muslim coach praying? Or someone else who isn’t Christian? I’ll wait.
Only yesterday she spoke our in favor of (another) Supreme Court decision that enforces Christian religious doctrine over the entire country. But you already know the answer to that.
Faith is not part of our government. Faith, civics and politics are separate entities. Can’t believe you don’t know that.
If a white man can kneel and pray in public (and be protected by a SCOTUS who CLEARLY does not represent a majority of US citizens), then so can those of us who kneel in protest. #ColinKaepernick
Pressuring students to pray with you is not religious freedom.
Kids shouldn’t be forced to pray by an authoritarian figure who decides play time
No is being denied their rights if they cant pray on a school football field – that is why we have church lady
We have entered an era of Christo fascism in this country.
Long before now.
So a white man can kneel and demonstrate what he believes in, but a black man can’t? Hypocrite. #ColinKaepernick
The problem with your position is that YOUR expression of religious freedom results in someone else’s coercion to comply (at worst) and possible shaming/bullying of non-Christian students (at best). It may be YOUR idea of freedom, but it stomps on other people’s rights.
“And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full.”
Uh, you voiced support for DJT’s proposed Muslim ban, Vic.
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