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Re: “Good morning, governor

A very pregnant lady asks the bartender for a whiskey. He refuses to sell her one because it's not a healthy drink for her at this time. She gets angry and goes to another bar. She is an adult and has the freedom to do that. He loses a sale. Is he showing discrimination or as he sees it being compassionate. The Gay lifestyle is an unhealthy lifestyle. There is a reason Blood Banks can't accept donations from a gay man unless he has been Celibate for a year. So if someone doesn't wish to supply flowers for a gay wedding....they are trying to discourage people from engaging in a unhealthy relationship. They lose money on a sale; the couple can go to another flower shop. The government should not force people to endorse an activity that is considered unhealthy but if adults wish to continue in it....they have the freedom to do so.

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Posted by DJH on 03/30/2015 at 8:10 AM

Re: “Tonight's the night ...

I understand if there is a quorum--the House of Rep will be voting on these issues. What is the rule/law that allows all these newly elected freshmen legislators to vote before they are sworn in on Monday?

Posted by DJH on 01/05/2011 at 8:56 PM

Re: “Eat Arkansas, for breakfast

How does one get the job of professional food critic? Seems like a great occupation especially after retirement...you actually get paid to do this?

Posted by DJH on 11/26/2010 at 9:51 PM

Re: “Mark Martin targets Spanish speakers

The federal gov't does require voter registration in other languages if there are a certain number of non-speaking people in the county. Arkansas has no counties which meet that criteria. Our nation had a huge influx of immigrants in the late 1920's & 1930's. We adopted in 1931 the English Only law. Our new arrivals back then fared will under this law; they learned English and were very successful. We are trying to help our new "pilgrims" be successful also. Why do you want to hold them back?

Posted by DJH on 11/13/2010 at 4:29 PM

 

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