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Rave this question if you ACTUALLY support FREEDOM OF RELIGION!

iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~ 2012/09/12 14:34:28
Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it with everyone!
No...freedom of religion means no (Muslims, Mormons or [insert irrational fear of religion here])
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Freedom of religion means that you do NOT attempt to force your religion on others through the law.

It means that you do NOT attempt to legislate other religions...be they Muslim, Mormon, Scientology or Christianity.

It means respecting the strength of our First Amendment and not being scared of "others."

Get it together and respect our Constitution.

That is all.
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  • Tim Terror 2012/09/12 16:55:22
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Tim Terror
    +31
    I just wish that they'd respect my decision not to believe. Humble

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  • Whyputaname 2013/01/23 05:49:45
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Whyputaname
    I don't believe that Prayer should be in the Public School system..

    I believe that parents should be the ones to decide if their children are taught religious teachings, not the Government..
  • Jrogers 2013/01/09 03:52:53
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Jrogers
    I really do and I also support freedom of having no religious beliefs...to each his own
  • JD 2013/01/07 09:08:22
  • Robbb 2013/01/07 09:05:18
    No...freedom of religion means no (Muslims, Mormons or [insert irrational fea...
    Robbb
    Whoops marked the wrong one. Of coarse we should have freedom of religion but more importantly people should be protected from and have freedom from religion and religious custom. Let’s start with banning male genital mutilation. There is legislation in place already
  • Michael McFascist 2013/01/07 01:42:28
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Michael McFascist
    +1
    Up until the point where their freedoms start impinging on the rights of others.
  • No One 2013/01/07 00:50:35
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    No One
    +2
    And freedom of religion also includes the right to have no religion.
  • SIMPATTYCO 2013/01/06 19:59:06
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    SIMPATTYCO
    Correction of AND from Religion
  • Kookieless The Sexy Nihilis... 2013/01/06 19:49:16
  • Witness 2012/12/29 17:10:12
    No...freedom of religion means no (Muslims, Mormons or [insert irrational fea...
    Witness
    Hell does it matter...? Won't make the necessary change in this country, damn liberal imbeciles... Look at your damn dollar bills. Argue with me, I dare you. Just itching for a laugh...
  • CaptnSassy Witness 2013/01/07 02:10:43
  • Whyputa... Witness 2013/01/23 05:56:59
    Whyputaname
    Since you are sooo intelligent why don't you tell us, who put there?.. For that matter who put it in the Pledge of Allegiance..

    Damn, another intelligent Reichtie is going to give a history lesson..

    Laughing
  • Witness Whyputa... 2013/04/08 01:06:13
    Witness
    I'm getting the greatest laugh ever. Your desire to give me your history, our history... I know that the God stamp is late--so too is your understanding. I used two different meanings of that word. Resurrect your late understanding. The greatest laugh comes from the belly that doesn't care.
  • ghostrider 2012/10/11 17:16:31
    No...freedom of religion means no (Muslims, Mormons or [insert irrational fea...
    ghostrider
    +2
    I'm w-a-y!!! more interested -- and fully support -- freedom FROM religion
  • iamthem... ghostrider 2012/11/07 17:41:28
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    Arguably, that's an essential part of freedom of religion.
  • ghostrider iamthem... 2012/11/08 03:50:59
    ghostrider
    +1
    No argument from me on that point ... HOWEVER, why is it that many of those professing freedom of religion (or government's 'infringement' thereon) are totally comfortable, insistent, actually, that others should see 'eye to eye' with their values, dogma and mores? ... that's my 'from' concern.
  • iamthem... ghostrider 2012/11/08 14:21:42
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    I think that's their right, though. However, where they assume "eye to eye" means legislatively generally, that's where their freedoms stop.
  • ghostrider iamthem... 2012/11/08 17:13:39
    ghostrider
    +1
    Exactly so ... that's where 'their' freedom stops ... or should, at least.
  • Bilingual required sucks 2012/10/02 00:16:21
    No...freedom of religion means no (Muslims, Mormons or [insert irrational fea...
    Bilingual required sucks
    +2
    They have the freedom to keep their ass in their Church, Temple, Mosque whatever, and keep their noses out of poltics.
  • iamthem... Bilingu... 2012/11/07 17:42:00
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    +1
    Who is "They" in this scenario, though?
  • Bilingu... iamthem... 2012/11/07 19:12:25
    Bilingual required sucks
    +2
    Anyone that believes that their religious beliefs should become the laws of the State.
  • iamthem... Bilingu... 2012/11/07 19:13:57
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    +2
    Can't disagree with that.
  • diane RN 2012/09/21 01:44:11
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    diane RN
    +5
    I am not religious but realize that many get comfort from it. As long as it does not involve beheading and bombing I am all for it.
  • johnqpu... diane RN 2012/09/22 00:02:09
    johnqpublic
    How else are you going to make those heathens BELIEVE? (sic)
  • teigan 2012/09/20 23:43:20
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    teigan
    +2
    Freedom to believe and worship and freedom not to believe in anything at all.
  • Burnjuan 2012/09/20 05:36:45
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Burnjuan
  • Libertys Martyr 2012/09/19 22:52:08
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Libertys Martyr
    +5
    I'm a non-religious man who believes that religion can still benefit many and fully support religious freedom. That's what this world needs... tolerance, freedom, liberty, and understanding.
  • iamthem... Liberty... 2012/09/20 17:10:08
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    +2
    Thank you.
  • ghostrider Liberty... 2012/10/11 17:20:12
    ghostrider
    Unfortunately, no religion supports those ideals.
  • Liberty... ghostrider 2012/10/11 21:23:57
    Libertys Martyr
    +2
    No, but tolerating their rights as individuals and understanding their perspective is, in effect, supporting those ideals.
  • ghostrider Liberty... 2012/10/12 03:55:26
    ghostrider
    +1
    Idealistic but, in my opinion, unrealistic ... religions have been and continue to be a control mechanism of people ... I do not wish to be controlled by any cult ... and, it becomes dangerous to free thinkers when ostensibly secular ordinances and laws are set in place when, in fact, they are rooted in (some) religious dogma ... think of the now mostly extinct innocuous Sunday "blue laws" to the most extreme mix of religion influencing politics -- as the extreme Islam practiced by and forced onto others by the Taliban ... laws to keep religion(s) 'at bay' are absolutely necessary.
  • iamthem... Liberty... 2012/11/07 17:43:14
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    +2
    Well said.

    Holding oneself to rules that those on the other side violates is the best evidence that one is upholding one's ideals.
  • Latasia Green 2012/09/19 22:35:33
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Latasia Green
    +4
    Isn't this the land of the free? Justice for all? well then why would our freedom to express our beliefs be stripped and taken away from us. well i tell you this much i do not pray in public nor do i bless my food in public, i will continue to praise my father the same way that i have been praising him for the last 25 years and 4 months of my life. My heavenly father knows my heart and i am confident in the strong relationship that i have with him
  • iamthem... Latasia... 2012/09/20 17:10:27
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    +1
    Thank you.
  • writing_fanatic 2012/09/19 22:23:24
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    writing_fanatic
    +2
    As a Christian, I agree that we should all be allowed our religious freedoms. That includes being allowed to pay Christian messages, and the law leaving it alone. If it offends you, look away and get over it. You don't have to believe what I do, so don't get furious when I get public about it. It doesn't bother me what you are. I'd like to share beliefs with you, but not force you into it.
  • iamthem... writing... 2012/09/20 17:11:06
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    I'm not sure what you mean by "pay Christian messages."
  • writing... iamthem... 2012/09/27 04:14:50
    writing_fanatic
    +1
    Lol I'm not either. It was prop ably something different, but because of an autocorrect fail, it wrote "pay"
  • iamthem... writing... 2012/11/07 17:43:54
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    Autocorrect is the devil. ;-)
  • Seeker62 2012/09/19 18:09:04
    Yes...I respect freedom of religion and raved this question and shared it wit...
    Seeker62
    +3
    Religious freedom means keeping the federal government completely OUT of questions regarding religion including when, where, how, and whether you practice your religion. This would be especially true in places where you are most likely to spend most of your waking hours like work or school.
  • iamthem... Seeker62 2012/09/20 17:12:02
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    I think the question there, though, gets more complicated when you're talking about government employees.
  • Seeker62 iamthem... 2012/09/20 19:20:41
    Seeker62
    +1
    Doesn't seem complicated to me. If a government employee wants to read his or her religious literature and/or engage in their religious practices like prayer or whatever on their breaks who has the right to tell them their deity asks too much of them? None I think. Or if they want to read the latest athiest literature on their breaks and engage in new age meditation 'taint nobody's business but their own.
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