If you don't think it's unacceptable, it's probably because of your comfort and security in your belief that you belong to an unshakeable majority. Let the court house in Dearborn Michigan carve Koran verses in the wall and see how that goes over.
There are those who would view such a situation as an obligation on my part. Their logic is that by not sharing, I am guaranteeing the death of someone else. I don't agree with that logic, and neither do you, but it is the basis of much of our tax policy, which treats those who have a resource as having an obligation to share it so that those who lack it will not be left without. The most extreme example of this is the Soviet response to food hoarders during Stalin's famine, which entailed confiscation and execution (as opposed to just confiscation). The Soviets thought that they were being perfectly logical, and given their values, they were. That's the problem. Values are not universal. Different cultures inculcate different values, and even within a culture, different groups will espouse different values, based on philosophical differences. Your logic may not be compelling to a socialist or a member of an Afghan tribe.
You should stop.
No it's because I believe in the 1st Amendment the way it was written...espeially in this area..not how you Libtards have twisted it.Quote:
If you don't think it's unacceptable, it's probably because of your comfort and security in your belief that you belong to an unshakeable majority.
Given the large amount of Muslims in Dearbornistan I'm surprised it hasn't happened already.Quote:
Let the court house in Dearborn Michigan carve Koran verses in the wall and see how that goes over.
I'm still trying to find in our founding documents the part that mentions the separation fo church and state.