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Religious Freedom

Let’s see if I have this nonsense refined to a point of order: We, individually, possess an unalienable right of free speech, association and religion (among others). One, of the We, party chooses to express their unalienable right in the form of an objection or protest which is then met with the swift retribution of the virulently vocal minority challenging the very unalienable right upon which their soapbox stands. Then, to make certain that the public is not left wanting for a display of political conviction, a movement is leased for passing legislation aimed solely at codifying what is ALREADY an unalienable right.
Apparently, it would seem, that the purpose of all this is to serve as some form of defense mechanism. Apparently if your so-called and once-unalienable right is ever challenged you will be able to point to a statute as testimony for how ignorantly civil and perfectly benign our unique form of malignancy has become.
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#1: DNC Buying Time:  You know it was only a matter of time before some slothful form of social anarchy arrived to announce, formally, that 2016 election season has begun.  As a reminder of your unworthiness, the pursuit of a populists finer points of issue and concern are set aside in favor of debasing the process to the lowest possible point; after all, the process does favor debauchery.
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