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Why do religous people insist apon forcing laws based on their book?

Author : Ray

Submitted : 2018-01-17 01:20:29    Popularity:     

Tags: insist  apon  religous  people  based  

YOU can't buy alcohol on Sundays because YOUR religous. I am not religous so i will buy as much alcohol as i want. And you will not tell a women she can't have an abortion because YOUR religon says that YOU can't. And if you don't like

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Ah, another one who desires to display their ignorance to the world.

Our "book" says nothing about restricting alcohol sales on a Sunday, or any day. The prohibition in law was the result of religious hypocrites who staggered to the polls and voted "dry." Instead of crying over it here, you should be writing to your state representatives and demand laws like this be repealed, as they infringe on religious liberties that includes being free from religion and the influence of religion.

While you are at it, try to avoid your own bigotry while pointing out the bigotry of others.

I am religious and if I wanted to buy alcohol on Sunday I could very easily do it as it is not against the law in my town. I don't buy it because I don't want it.
I have every bit of right to tell a woman she can't have an abortion as I have every right to tell you not to commit murder because abortion is murder and I cannot in good conscience condone murder. But I suppose you don't think you have a right to tell people that they shouldn't commit murder?

I am a Christian,

Christianity is not FORCED upon you. As you stated, you buy as much alcohol you want. You have your right. I equally have a right to express my opinion and abortion is murder. Now, you can deal with abortion here on earth or you can deal with it before God. However, you can never tell God you did not know. But, God already knows that, does He not.

In Christ's name

What makes you think we force anything on anybody? We can write to our congressman and ask him to support or not support laws that are being put into place. Our government makes laws not us.

Yea quite a few state have religiously based blue laws, they really should be challenged. If I want to buy alcohol on Sunday I should be able to.

Well we can vote for things that we feel are right because we have the same access to the same legal system that you do. Not everybody thinks like you do and we can vote on things as we please because we are Americans just like you. If you don't like that.... well....tough.

They believe that they have to enforce this god bothering Horseshit on everyone they meet so they can 'save' them from what their god will do to them if they don't obey him.

Meanwhile, the rest of the world tries to figure out how to break christianity's Stockholm syndrome with their god.

personally i dont like laws .. but the truth is your perverted bs corrupts the whole society we all have to live in .. so try to control yourself ..

Because thats just what religious people do.



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