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To: ilovesarah2012
To get rid of the distinction between speech against sexual behavior and sexual orientation, the court decision said, "...where the conduct targeted by speech is a crucial aspect of the identity of a vulnerable group, attacks on this conduct stand as proxy for attacks on the group itself." (Court Decision)

Since "a crucial aspect of the identity of" Christians is to speak of all the teachings of the Bible - including those on homosexual behavior - this court's decision targeting Christians quoting the bible must also be seen as conduct that stands as a proxy for attacks on this group (Christians) itself. Where do you go for justice, when the Canadian Supreme Court commits a "hate crime?"

To those who argue that the court's use of a qualifying "vulnerable" before "group," is the distinction, answer this question: Which group is more "vulnerable" homosexuals who this court allows to freely express their views against Christian teaching and practices, or Christians who this court will prevent from expressing their view against homosexual teaching and practices?

20 posted on 03/04/2013 4:01:12 PM PST by drpix
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To: drpix

If they don’t want to be “vulnerable”, let them stop their filthy sodomite practices. It’s not as if they’re being forced to do the sick things they do.


34 posted on 03/04/2013 5:19:21 PM PST by CatherineofAragon (Support Christian white males---the architects of the jewel known as Western Civilization)
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