Michigan Republicans Pass Law Allowing Christians to Bully Gay Students. Watch This Democrat Stand Up to Them.

watch as Democrat Senator, Gretchen Whitmer speaks out AGAINST the bill being passed onkneesforjesus.blogspot.com

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Comment by Grux on November 4, 2011 at 7:29pm

Here's the link to the legislation if anybody is still looking for it.



Comment by Ralph Oswald on November 4, 2011 at 8:36pm

Thanks Grux. Section 8 is the part that is so offensive. Other than the passage of the law in the first place.

Comment by Michael Gibson on November 5, 2011 at 12:00am
This is super crazy guys. its already getting out of hand. What's next public lenchings as long as the culprit feels and truly believes he/she is a superior to the victim. This needs to stop! Instead of moving forward from the days of religious persecution we're going right back to them.
Comment by Chad Poelman on November 5, 2011 at 1:16am

Those motherfuckers

Comment by Trish E. Harmon on November 5, 2011 at 2:11am

I have posted and reposted this to my facebook page, and will continue to do so. It absolutely sickens me that such a blatant law allowing discrimination toward gays and others who aren't Christian or who are "different" was even proposed! This senator is obviously very shaken by this and I am proud of her strong words against it. We have got to stop religion from ruining our country once and for all!

Comment by Michael Gibson on November 5, 2011 at 4:48am
The dumbest thing about this is this is a gateway to allow further abuse and bullying in other forms. We will be paying for this for generations to come. These laws will morph into commands for religion to be used as a weapon more than it is already (pakistan/ isreal conflicts, the "war on terrorism is completely fueled by religious reasons")

Like it was god who led the kkk to burning crosses in african american front yards and god also tells these creepers they're superior beings so its okay. Man I tell ya I can't wait to leave this state and hopefully this country I'm over it
Comment by Godless Conservative on November 5, 2011 at 11:54am

"But in a change before Wednesday's vote, Republican lawmakers added a clause ensuring that the bill "does not prohibit a statement of a sincerely held belief or moral conviction" of a student or school worker."


Laws like this come dangerously close to the First Amendment.  Talking is not bullying unless you are making a direct threat yourself. 

That's a lot different than your claim.

Just limiting speech that may offend someone isn't Constitutional and it shouldn't be.  Christians tell me I'm going to Hell all the time.  Personally I find that funny.  If you don't, then you need to examine why.

I don't have a problem with someone saying something they really believe like that.  They ought to be able to .  That's what freedom is.

Comment by Minna Rebouh Raarup on November 5, 2011 at 12:05pm

i feel like crying. this is so sick. as a dane, it shouldnt surprise me that american politics can be so far out, but republicans can surprise all the time with their true evil.

Comment by Dale Headley on November 5, 2011 at 1:57pm

So what else is new?  God has ALWAYS been a bully.  Have you read the Old Testament, lately?

Comment by Chad Poelman on November 5, 2011 at 3:36pm

@ Godless Conservative - A child at school has limited rights.  As adults we have the right to use swear words, racial slurs, sexual language, etc.. where a child in school would not.  If a child wishes to pray, read his bible, etc during breaks he is free to do so, but it's ridiculous to allow his religious rights to extend into bullying.  As the old saying goes "Your right to swing your arms ends just before my nose"


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