Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

This whole Chick-fil-H8 thing has proven something to me that I long suspected: People don’t understand the difference between their 1st Amendment rights and making OPINION law.

I don’t care what anyone’s beliefs are- everyone is entitled to their own beliefs, their own ideas, and their own practices of those ideas and beliefs. However, what you’re not entitled to is shoving those beliefs and ideas on anyone else.

No where in the Constitution of the United States or the Declaration of Human Rights does it say OPINIONS shall be made law- yet American politicians, the chicken shits they are, are so afraid of losing a vote based on an OPINION they pass laws to accommodate those OPINIONS regardless of the inequality it creates.

We are now at a cross roads in America where we must separate our OPINIONS from the laws of a country that are built on EQUALITY. I know, it’s a hard concept for people who can’t think without resorting to the distorted message of a 2,000 year old book, but I know we can get over this hurtle.

For the sake of our Nation, for the sake of our children, for the sake of a better world tomorrow, just stop the fighting of pithy shit and realize that we’re all human beings with the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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