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man of steel
Senior Contributor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies

Nobody has a Constitutional right to silence in a public setting.

 

 

Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies


@man of steel wrote:

Nobody has a Constitutional right to silence in a public setting.

 

 


And no one has a constitutional right to force their religious dogma on others in a public setting.

the moment of silence was called to allow people to carry out their religious dogma in private without inflicting it on others.

Since they can not abide by that priveledge to keep it silent then it would seem to be only right to get rid of the moment of silence and completely eliminate religions from public places.

 

And those who want to inflict their beliefs and dogma on others have only themselves to blame for any rules that completly eliminate moments of silence since they could not follow the rules.

man of steel
Senior Contributor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies

Make up your mind. Your earlier post said they had the right to a moment of silence.

 

 

Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^)
Veteran Advisor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies

You force us to listen to YOUR dogma on a regular basis, on a public forum, do you not ?
Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies


@man of steel wrote:

Make up your mind. Your earlier post said they had the right to a moment of silence.

 

 


They were given a moment of silence and they did not abide by that but took it over to force their religious dogma on everyone.

 

They deserve to lose the moment of silence but of course that would take it away from everyone so maybe they should kick those who can not be quiet out.

Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies


@Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^) wrote:
You force us to listen to YOUR dogma on a regular basis, on a public forum, do you not ?

The forum is for opinions so there is no 'moment of silence' which I am violating.

 

I have no dogma just an understanding of reality unlike religions which do have dogma which followers seem to want to force on others in public meetings/gatherings which are not supposed to be religious.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies


@Canuck_2 wrote:

 

@425Cat wrote:
No one was forced to pray. No one was forced to listen

But everyone was forced to listen to their dogma instead of a moment of silence.

why were they unable to recite this dogma silently and not force it on everyone else?


Freedom of speech granted to us by our Creator and protected under our Constitution.,

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies


@Canuck_2 wrote:

r3020 wrote:

Freedom of speech. The kudos is for their understanding of the Constitution of the Untied States of America and for their courage to stand up for that right. The right granted to them by their Creator.


So their 'freedom' allows them to take over everyone else's freedom to a moment of silence?

 

Why does their religious dogma triumph over everyone else's freedom?????

 

And you think their parents granted them this 'right'?

Even if they did it does not entitle them to trample others rights to a moment of silence.

 

Why do they not keep their religious dogma out of public places instead of inflicting it on others?

They do have tax free meeting halls for that sort of thing which most organizations do not have.


Freedom of speech granted to them by our Creator and protected under our Constitution.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies


@Canuck_2 wrote:

r3020 wrote:

Wrong. Our Declaration of Independence states that we are endowed with rights from Almighty God and the Constitution protects those rights from Almighty Big Government. Freedom of speech is amoung those rights which can not be taken from us.


Which god does it name?

Zeus?

Thor?

Balor?

Baku?

 

I am pretty sure it would not be Aphrodite, that one just does not seem to fit your agenda.



@Canuck_2 wrote:

r3020 wrote:

Wrong. Our Declaration of Independence states that we are endowed with rights from Almighty God and the Constitution protects those rights from Almighty Big Government. Freedom of speech is amoung those rights which can not be taken from us.


Which god does it name?

Zeus?

Thor?

Balor?

Baku?

 

I am pretty sure it would not be Aphrodite, that one just does not seem to fit your agenda.


Almighty God I Am Who Am.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Kudos to these brave young ladies


@Canuck_2 wrote:

@man of steel wrote:

Nobody has a Constitutional right to silence in a public setting.

 

 


And no one has a constitutional right to force their religious dogma on others in a public setting.

the moment of silence was called to allow people to carry out their religious dogma in private without inflicting it on others.

Since they can not abide by that priveledge to keep it silent then it would seem to be only right to get rid of the moment of silence and completely eliminate religions from public places.

 

And those who want to inflict their beliefs and dogma on others have only themselves to blame for any rules that completly eliminate moments of silence since they could not follow the rules.


You are not the one who decides when an American can speak and what he/she can say. We in this country have freedom of speech, granted to us by our Creator and protected under our Constitution.