To: Luis Gonzalez
It was the graphics, the intent of the ad, not the words themselves.
You're still in some other galaxy, Luis. In a free speech country, you can publish a graphic showing that you disgree with something. In the US, I can publish a graphic with a baby being aborted and a slash drawn through that. I can publish a graphic with the word adultery and a slash drawn across that. I have the right to say in public what I think about something. In Canada, you don't.
To: yendu bwam
You are jumping back and forth between two arguments...and throwing in a whole bunch of lies in between...like the one where you can't quote the Bible in public anymore...do a Google on the words television radio broadcasts religious programming.
One argument is that the Bible clearly states that homosexuality is wrong, and that this man just wanted to spread the Bible's message.
The other is that he has a right to add anything to the words of the Bible to get his message across.
If the Bible is so clear in its message (which it is), what possible need did he have to add graphics, other than to insult, inflamme, and create strife.
It seems that he got his wish.
So what's the problem?
posted on 02/13/2003 5:50:35 PM PST
by Luis Gonzalez
(The Ever So Humble Banana Republican)
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