holy shit, fuck all of them. people like that guy threatening to call the ACLU need to step the fuck down from their high horse, and the religious people need to fuck off and recognize that not everybody agrees with them.
I'm a spiritual person, I can see where people get emotional over this sort of thing, and I think taking the step to contact the ACLU was a little much; but when the parents kick their son out of their house and people threaten this guy for simply saying pointing out the legality of the situation, that is just sick. At first I thought it was similar to a predicament in my own community; a non-Christian girl decided to aid a political organization hell-bent on having cases ruled in their favor regarding the removal of school from religious situations. There's a difference though; unlike my community's situation where I school simply was using the church to hold the graduation ceremony so all of the families could actually be there for their children, this time it's simply chaos regarding the legality of a situation. That school had no right to have a school-sponsored prayer for the graduation ceremony; it's simply no legal. Why the state did not intervene is beyond me; this action by the state fails the Lemon Test. It's simply baffling, if you ask me.
iirc, Christianity preaches tolerance and compassion for all, even non-believers. While their religion gives them the right to ask him to join them, it does not give them the right to treat him this way if he declines.
The "religious community" that's doing this to Damon Fowler is a fucking hypocrite. It's like how terrorists indulge in the "evil sins" (alcohhol, strip clubs, pr0n, etc) while bashing the West for doing the same.
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What? Are you DENSE? Are you RETARDED or something? Who the hell do you think I am? I'm the goddamn BATMAN.
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