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    [–] Police sources: New evidence suggests Jussie Smollett orchestrated attack ShittyGrammar-Nazi 1 points ago in news

    Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me, that's who you're worried about? You're... you're worried about the cop's time? You think he framed Trump supporters, and you're worried about the taxpayer? Dah, God! Welcome back, jerky jerk-face.

    [–] Criticizing Israel doesn’t make you anti-Semitic. ShittyGrammar-Nazi 3 points ago in unpopularopinion

    So you're arguing that the Israeli government's actions are truly representative of the Jewish community? That isn't right. One should not conflate government with society.

    [–] Vote on Head Moderator Candidate ShittyGrammar-Nazi 3 points ago in ModelUSMeta

    Saldol for Head Mod with unlimited term limits

    [–] "Freedom" and the LGBT Agenda which enslaves us ShittyGrammar-Nazi 7 points ago in shia

    Salam brother,

    Please never think that you're being punished or that you're damaged. There's nothing wrong with who God made you. You weren't born damaged and you aren't being punished, but rather, you're being challenged by Allah. We were not sent to this world for pleasure, but to be tested in our faith by Allah.

    Being straight, I can never understand your experiences as a gay individual, but we all face temptations and the answer to those temptations is patience. I understand that being gay is one of the most difficult challenges that a Muslim can face, but Allah rewards those who strive for His cause, and people with greater challenges get a greater reward.

    May Allah bless and protect us and strengthen our iman and our resolve to resist our nafs.

    [–] Ban of /u/TeamEhmling ShittyGrammar-Nazi 1 points ago in ModelUSMeta

    /u/TeamEhmling requested that someone post this since he apparently can't.

    "I did what I did to restore honor to this sim. I wanted to return to our glory days. Our sim was once fun. We could joke and know it was a joke. We didn't need to be babied. Our moderation team has shown bias time and again. For example, a school shooting meme was posted, and wasnt banned. When I posted, I was for 48 hours. I say the word "retard" and was muted, despite evidence showing a Discord Mod saying the same thing. I have been a warrior against censorship. This sim is toxic, but not because of me. Not because of others. But because of Mod Abuse. Mod toxicity. Everyone here knows I am not a racist. Everyone knows I support extrajudicial killings of pedophiles. I will not go down as an example. I will go down as a martyr. ModelUSGov will once return to its former glory. I have been to the mountaintop, and I have looked over. I have seen the promised land. I may not get there with you. But, I know you all will carry along my fight against tyranny and mod abuse. Our sim will be made great again! To quote the great Jedi Master Obi Wan Kenobi - "Strike me down and I will become more powerful than you could possibly imagine."

    In Liberty

    /u/TeamEhmling

    NO MODS, NO MASTERS!!!"

    [–] True ShittyGrammar-Nazi 2 points ago in Libertarian

    The grammar is so detestable. This can only be from a Russian troll.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 0 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    I agree that there should be more focus on other sins, and this is coming from a Muslim.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 0 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    your last point is exactly my point: how does the existence of diwali or christmas offend or harm you? nevermind that you're not endorsing homosexuality by writing a saying on a cake for the moment, i don't buy that

    You might not buy that it's a celebratory statement, and hence an endorsement, but others do. It's not that the existence of any other religious traditions harm me. It's that forced expression of celebration or endorsements of religious practices or traditions you disagree with is a violation of 1st Amendment rights.

    If you choose to say Eid Mubarak, great, more power to you. But you shouldn't be forced to say it if you don't want to.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 0 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    based on that, exactly how does decorating a cake threaten someone?

    To decorate the cake for wedding ceremonies is a celebration and endorsement of that wedding. If I believe a same-sex wedding is against my beliefs, then I'm by default being forced to endorse and celebrate something that goes against my beliefs. My rights to peacefully practice my faith are now being infringed.

    As far as making a cake for another religious ceremony, as long as the cake is a generic cake with no specific decorations endorsing that ceremony, a business must provide that cake. But if it was a cake celebrating Diwali or Christmas, one should have the right to refuse to make such a cake if it goes against their beliefs.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 5 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    Yeah I agree with you here on this. My apologies if I misunderstood you on the concept of legislating morality as it seems we agree on that topic.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 2 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    i'm confused on this. you agree to baking a cake. thank you. but you would not perform a religious service: no one is asking you to and we respect that. catering... are you referring to being a caterer after the ceremony?

    There is no problem in making an ordinary cake. To be forced to make a wedding cake and put decorations on that cake which celebrate a gay wedding would constitute forced expression to a person who disagrees on religious grounds with gay marriage. By catering I mean providing any service to a same-sex marriage ceremony specific to wedding services.

    All of your examples have no religious connotations to them and have different implications than simply not providing for a same-sex wedding. In blasting music and driving fast in public, you're potentially threatening public safety to some degree and for leaving your dog's poop on someone's lawn, that's nasty and potentially a property rights violation, though I don't know if it really constitutes a crime.

    In any case, when there are other competitors willing to serve a gay marriage, to politely request and designate a wedding or catering service as providing for a niche community should not be a crime. To politely say to a gay couple that we respect your right to practice your beliefs but cannot serve your wedding on religious grounds, but wish you the best nonetheless should not be penalized.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 5 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    To legislate on how a person ought to believe and what moral values an individual ought to have is no different whether it's in favor of or against homosexuality. Both are unconstitutional. You are free to believe that there is nothing wrong with homosexuality. The government should not penalize individuals for disagreeing with that sentiment.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 3 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    a business is a business. there is no religious significance to baking a cake or selling some pencils

    there is for example significance to selling and eating pork, for example, but that is about your personal choice, not any choice you have a right to make for your customers. if you choose to not sell pork to anyone, that is fine. but you have no right to sell a cake or not based on the customer

    There is no religious significance to baking a cake. I agree with you on that wholeheartedly. What I disagree with is the idea of forced expression that endorses same-sex relationships. If a gay couple wants to buy a cake from a cake shop, once again, I would agree with you wholeheartedly that the rules of public accommodation would entail that a business must serve that couple. But to be forced to cater to a same-sex wedding or make any celebratory product for a same-sex wedding is violating 1st Amendment rights if that goes against my religious beliefs.

    if you say i am wrong, you are saying that your religious convictions are at war with society itself, and perhaps you should not be in business, or any other sphere where common public interaction has to involve discriminatory practices

    you owe it to society to tolerate. society does not owe you accommodation for your intolerance. you run your own life however you like, but how you interact with others is governed by social rules that prevent the rise of distrust, hate, misgivings, and strife

    you have zero right to dictate how others run their life, and if your job involves interaction with the public, there is no excuse, and you must find another occupation that does not make you choose what is clearly wrong and what you will not reconisder

    Perhaps this is a "war against society." I surely would disagree with that characterization, but nonetheless, this country was founded upon the principles of individual liberty, that majority rule should not curtail the rights of minorities. It is precisely why gay marriage should be allowed.

    I don't see how refusing to serve a gay marriage is dictating how others should run their life either. It simply is not the case.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi -2 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    What you consider just a simple matter of financial exchange can mean so much more to someone else. A religious wedding caterer who takes their job and their belief seriously would put their heart into what they serve because they believe they're celebrating a marriage. By doing so for a same-sex couple, they're celebrating and endorsing a sin. Marriage is a sacred religious undertaking to many and to some it's worth sacrificing the money that could be earned serving everyone by only serving those marriages that are religiously acceptable.

    In the context of everything outside of marriage I agree with the notion that it's simply discrimination, because outside of marriage, there's no basis to say that serving someone would constitute an endorsement and celebration of sin.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi -9 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    If an issue of marriage is taken personally by a religious business owner, then to that business owner, serving a same sex marriage constitutes a celebration and endorsement of that marriage, which goes against their beliefs. To celebrate a sin because you're forced to is forced expression and an infringement of religious freedom.

    Now if you just owned a restaurant and put up a sign saying no gays allowed, that's different because there's no basis for it other than discrimination.

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi -12 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    The question then is what constitutes intolerance? If I, say, believe strongly that marriage is a religious institution and my religion states that marriage can only be between a man and a woman, then it becomes morally unconscionable and against my religious belief to cater to a marriage that goes against those values.

    Now in this hypothetical scenario, I'm not attacking anyone for choosing to live a lifestyle that I disagree with religiously, but why shouldn't it be my right to say that with all due respect, I cannot serve a same-sex couple's wedding? I'm not attacking same-sex couples in any way, but it goes against my beliefs. Does this constitute unlawful discrimination, or is it an exercise of my religious beliefs? Would forcing me by law to serve a gay couple not infringe on my religious freedom?

    [–] What's going on with Ellen Page and Chris Pratt being anti-LGBTQ? ShittyGrammar-Nazi 208 points ago in OutOfTheLoop

    If my religion says having a same sex relationship is a sin just like having a relationship before marriage is, that doesn't mean I should go out attacking both, or attacking any sinners for that matter, in a free society. But having a free society doesn't mean I should just accept sins and say they're religiously acceptable either. You can be tolerant of people who choose to live different lifestyles and still disagree with them.

    [–] The Attack on the House of Fatima | Sayed Abdullah Al-Nakeeb ShittyGrammar-Nazi 1 points ago in shia

    Edit: Defend himself from accusations of treason

    They surrounded his house though. And when many prominent companions like Talha (RA) were with him inside, couldn't he have defended himself?