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← Does Religious Liberty Equal Freedom to Discriminate?

RJMoore's Avatar Jump to comment 10 by RJMoore

Steve Zara

If you want to go down that route...fine. But then your actions have nothing to do with promoting liberty ( something which the author states is his concern, in the article);quite the opposite, in fact.

What right does the state have to get involved in religious affairs?!

Liberty involves one's being free to act in ways of which others disapprove, in the same way as freedom of speech means one should be able to say things others don't like or agree with.

Tue, 29 May 2012 02:54:01 UTC | #944137