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To: Woodland
"Barber filed a lawsuit in May in federal court in Chicago alleging that Allstate's action constituted discrimination on the basis of religion, a novel argument, some legal experts said."

A novel argument? Since "diversity" translates to "anti-Christian", how can this be anything but discrimination based on religion?

Calling Jay Sekulow.

9 posted on 08/18/2005 2:40:16 PM PDT by steenkeenbadges
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To: steenkeenbadges
it's a novel argument, because as the article states he doesn't mention any specific bible references in the original essay, so it would be hard for him to say that he was discriminated against for his religious beliefs .

I think he was fired because of anti-christian diversity policies, BTW, but since his essay had no distinct religion tied to it, it will be hard to defend his stance in court

12 posted on 08/18/2005 2:56:04 PM PDT by timtoews5292004
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