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Christian persecution? A politically correct-pop culture guide to writing ads
Examiner.com ^ | Oct 27, 2010 AD | Mariano

Posted on 10/27/2010 5:52:20 AM PDT by MarianoApologeticus

...this is not just about Christian persecution but about the right to choose with whom you share the living space that you are renting out.

So, now to the politically correct-pop culture guide to writing a want ad for a roommate. It is to read something like this:

Seeking non-faith specific, non-gender specific, not specifically anything in particular generic personage to share a living space.

(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...


TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events; US: Michigan
KEYWORDS: belongsinbloggers; civilrights; ethics; morals; politicallycorrect

1 posted on 10/27/2010 5:52:24 AM PDT by MarianoApologeticus
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.....Haynes said the person who filed the initial complaint saw the ad on the church bulletin board and contacted the local fair housing organization.....

This is truly OUTRAGEOUS!!!! Now "they" won't even let you seek a Christian roommate by advertising privately, through your own church!!!!

And liberal-fascists are even spying on Christians in their own church, and reporting them to the authorities, like good little Nazis in 1930s Germany, or good little communists in Cuba today.

This must not stand!!!!

2 posted on 10/27/2010 6:05:38 AM PDT by Honorary Serb (Kosovo is Serbia! Free Srpska! Abolish ICTY!)
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