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God and Us and Them and Us



At the end of this video he asks us to share this with our friends.

So...that's what I'm doing.

Here you go, friends.

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eveofmusicnart
Apr. 24th, 2012 11:58 am (UTC)
This is a think piece for me. On the one hand, I don't love the idea that someone can reject another person on the basis of some smug, moral-superiority justification. On the other hand, if I ran a printing shop and some hate group came to do business with me, like that church that pickets funerals or a neo-Nazi group, I would be thrilled to tell them to take their business somewhere else. I'll admit, I'd be a little morally self-satisfied about it, too. I'm not perfect. And it doesn't even have to be that extreme of an example. If I'm a Democrat, would I refuse to print something for a Republic campaign, or vice versa? If I staunchly support one local high school's teams, would I refuse to print banners for their rivals? Someone smarter than me please chime in. Does a business have the right to refuse service for whatever reasons it chooses, or must a business owner serve all paying customers, leaving personal conscience aside and be ruled by solely by profit?
mort_83
Apr. 25th, 2012 03:41 am (UTC)
Very good points. I'm of a like mind.
(Anonymous)
Apr. 24th, 2012 10:43 pm (UTC)
Shouldn't the whole purpose of a t-shirt company be to print t-shirts and increase income? Personal beliefs should not have anything to do with business, but that's just the beliefs of a 19 year old boy.
- Jordan
adamsmith2
Apr. 27th, 2012 07:53 pm (UTC)
I feel dilemna. Many of my frrinds are gay and some transgenderd. As a Libertarian, I defend to my death their right to be as they are without harassement. But, as a Libertarian I reject telling anyone else what to do with their busness. Offer a way to express freedom of all people and I will follow.
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