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A bill that would have safeguarded the religious liberty of individuals and organizations who refuse to participate in same-sex weddings or gender identity transitions was stuck down by a U.S. district judge Thursday night (June 30), hours before the bill was slated to take effect July 1.
The law "does not advance the interest the State says it does," Judge Carlton Reeves wrote in his 60-page ruling, which issued a preliminary injunction against the measure. "Under the guise of providing additional protection for religious exercise, it creates a vehicle for state-sanctioned discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. It is not rationally related to a legitimate end."
The injunction took effect immediately and will become permanent if upheld on appeal....
There should be instructions to clerks in Mississippi to disregard what that stupid judge stated and continue to refuse to issue marriage licenses to fruitcakes. And Reeves that stupid judge should be told to take a hike and that Mississippi will not enforce his stupid ruling.
When pedophilia is decriminalized, will we be forced to offer our children to the highest bidder? After all, Islam has participated in this practice for 1200 years and since sharia is in place in Washington, D.C., might this also be the next law reversed? How, I wish for the nineteenth and twentieth century when men dealt decisively with stupidity.
The government is erasing the definition of transvestite and you no longer hear it in the media. just like you no longer hear the word homosexual Or sodomy from the government. Transgender is the new transvestite fixed up for the public acceptance just like Gay was substituted for homosexual. It's Orwellian speak.
Amen Dennis Praeger / there is nothing racial about refusing to participate in a homosexual or LBGT event or ceremony - those designations are not races of people ; they are behavior patterns for which no one should be forced to accept who does not approve of that behavior
Unfortunately the judge was correct on several points, [URL=http://tinyurl.com/j5mz6dx]]]http://tinyurl.com/j5mz6dx (Why Mississippi‚Äôs Law on Religious Rights and LGBT Discrimination Got Blocked)[/URL]
There is one glaring example where this judge was wrong --- LGBT nonsense doesn't compare at all
Dennis Prager wrote: First, this charge is predicated on the profoundly false premise that race and sex (or "gender" as it is now referred to) are analogous.
They are not.
While there are no differences between black and white human beings, there are enormous differences between male and female human beings. That is why sports events, clothing, public rest rooms, and (often) schools are routinely divided by sex. But black sporting events and white sporting events, black rest rooms and white rest rooms, black schools and white schools, or black clothing stores and white clothing stores would be considered immoral.
Because racial differences are insignificant and gender differences are hugely significant, there is no moral equivalence between opposition to interracial marriage and opposition to same-sex marriage.
excerpt from, [URL=http://tinyurl.com/j4yaxf4]]]http://tinyurl.com/j4yaxf4 (Why a Good Person Can Vote Against Same-Sex Marriage)[/URL]