Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Says He's Willing to Die in Support of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

  • metta

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    Jun 01, 2016 5:41 PM GMT
    Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Says He's Willing to Die in Support of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/johnwright/mississippi_gov_phil_bryant_says_he_s_willing_to_die_in_support_of_anti_lgbt_discrimination
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    Jun 01, 2016 5:53 PM GMT
    "We were in that valley, but Tony Perkins was there with us. He was there as surely as our lord and savior, as surely as the God of all Gods that stood there with us."


    Hunh. Well, that makes sense, I guess.

  • tazzari

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    Jun 01, 2016 6:47 PM GMT
    metta saidMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Says He's Willing to Die in Support of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/johnwright/mississippi_gov_phil_bryant_says_he_s_willing_to_die_in_support_of_anti_lgbt_discrimination


    We can only wish he would. "He gave his life for bigotry" would look great on the gravestone.
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    Jun 02, 2016 3:22 AM GMT


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  • FRE0

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    Jun 02, 2016 3:24 AM GMT
    Apparently he has a martyr complex.
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    Jun 02, 2016 6:10 AM GMT
    tazzari said
    metta saidMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Says He's Willing to Die in Support of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/johnwright/mississippi_gov_phil_bryant_says_he_s_willing_to_die_in_support_of_anti_lgbt_discrimination


    We can only wish he would. "He gave his life for bigotry" would look great on the gravestone.


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    Jun 02, 2016 6:35 AM GMT
    Isn't this the governor who has a gay son, who got gaybashed during his year at college in Mississippi, but now I read that they're estranged and live in different cities? His son is still young now, in his 20s.
    I read that somewhere. Google it.
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    Jun 02, 2016 11:46 AM GMT
    metta saidMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Says He's Willing to Die in Support of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/johnwright/mississippi_gov_phil_bryant_says_he_s_willing_to_die_in_support_of_anti_lgbt_discrimination


    Its his righr to be passionate.
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    Jun 02, 2016 12:11 PM GMT
    Although Gov. Bryant is focusing on the anti-LGBT aspects of this Mississippi law, an energizingly popular issue with his Republican voter base, it has much broader implications and potential consequences. As written, the law could conceivably be used by Christians to deny providing services for Jewish weddings, as well. Who don't accept Jesus Christ as "our Lord and Savior". Or Catholics vendors not supporting a Protestant wedding, and vice versa.

    And it actually could extend beyond providing services. Could Mormons be allowed to practice polygamy? School integration was only based on a US Supreme Court decision (later followed by US law), so could a Christian school board reinstate segregation in their district? And here's a good one: slavery as abolished by the 13th Amendment. There's plenty of Biblical support for slavery. What if my deeply held religious beliefs tell me it's permissable to own slaves?

    Essentially returning the United States to the religious conflicts & persecutions that once tore Europe apart, and that the Founders were trying to avoid by forming a totally secular government. Instead, the Christian Right wants the Constitution trashed and replaced with their own interpretation of Biblical law. And try to convince the public that the Founders actually intended the United States to be a Christian theocracy.
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    Jun 03, 2016 4:48 AM GMT
    Art_Deco saidAlthough Gov. Bryant is focusing on the anti-LGBT aspects of this Mississippi law, an energizingly popular issue with his Republican voter base, it has much broader implications and potential consequences. As written, the law could conceivably be used by Christians to deny providing services for Jewish weddings, as well. Who don't accept Jesus Christ as "our Lord and Savior". Or Catholics vendors not supporting a Protestant wedding, and vice versa.

    And it actually could extend beyond providing services. Could Mormons be allowed to practice polygamy? School integration was only based on a US Supreme Court decision (later followed by US law), so could a Christian school board reinstate segregation in their district? And here's a good one: slavery as abolished by the 13th Amendment. There's plenty of Biblical support for slavery. What if my deeply held religious beliefs tell me it's permissable to own slaves?

    Essentially returning the United States to the religious conflicts & persecutions that once tore Europe apart, and that the Founders were trying to avoid by forming a totally secular government. Instead, the Christian Right wants the Constitution trashed and replaced with their own interpretation of Biblical law. And try to convince the public that the Founders actually intended the United States to be a Christian theocracy.


    Hillary is willing to accept jewelry and money in support of stoning gays to death:
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    From Barack's "Good Friend" who stones gays to death:
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    Art_Deco saidAlthough Gov. Bryant is focusing on the anti-LGBT aspects of this Mississippi law, an energizingly popular issue with his Republican voter base, it has much broader implications and potential consequences. As written, the law could conceivably be used by Christians to deny providing services for Jewish weddings, as well. Who don't accept Jesus Christ as "our Lord and Savior". Or Catholics vendors not supporting a Protestant wedding, and vice versa.

    And it actually could extend beyond providing services. Could Mormons be allowed to practice polygamy? School integration was only based on a US Supreme Court decision (later followed by US law), so could a Christian school board reinstate segregation in their district? And here's a good one: slavery as abolished by the 13th Amendment. There's plenty of Biblical support for slavery. What if my deeply held religious beliefs tell me it's permissable to own slaves?

    Essentially returning the United States to the religious conflicts & persecutions that once tore Europe apart, and that the Founders were trying to avoid by forming a totally secular government. Instead, the Christian Right wants the Constitution trashed and replaced with their own interpretation of Biblical law. And try to convince the public that the Founders actually intended the United States to be a Christian theocracy.


    I believe ^this was the, NWO republican agenda that had been planned since 70's, those plans, 10 years earlier, included the 9/11 attack fake out, which returned the US to religious conflicts. You have to listen between the lines. Now though, the agenda has been exposed, now we as a nation, can deal with it, send those fuckers back underground, that is how they disappeared 700 years ago



  • roadbikeRob

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    Jun 04, 2016 3:32 PM GMT
    Svnw688 said
    tazzari said
    metta saidMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Says He's Willing to Die in Support of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/johnwright/mississippi_gov_phil_bryant_says_he_s_willing_to_die_in_support_of_anti_lgbt_discrimination


    We can only wish he would. "He gave his life for bigotry" would look great on the gravestone.


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    If this narrow minded bible thumping screwball finally kicked the bucket it would be the best thing to ever happen to Mississippi which is the poorest and most underdeveloped state in the US.
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    Jun 06, 2016 2:13 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    Svnw688 said
    tazzari said
    metta saidMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant Says He's Willing to Die in Support of Anti-LGBT Discrimination

    http://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/johnwright/mississippi_gov_phil_bryant_says_he_s_willing_to_die_in_support_of_anti_lgbt_discrimination


    We can only wish he would. "He gave his life for bigotry" would look great on the gravestone.


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    If this narrow minded bible thumping screwball finally kicked the bucket it would be the best thing to ever happen to Mississippi which is the poorest and most underdeveloped state in the US.


    Is it actually poorer than New Mexico, where I live?
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    Jun 06, 2016 12:56 PM GMT
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    Is it actually poorer than New Mexico, where I live?

    Here is a listing of personal income by US State. Although it only goes to 2014. New Mexico is ranked 43rd by median income, 46th by per capita income. Mississippi is ranked 50th (poorest) in both categories.

    Too bad Gov. Bryant is not willing to die in support of an improved standard of living for his state's residents. But anti-LGBT hatred resonates with his undereducated voter base (Mississippi is also last in the US by most measurements of education and school expenditures & performance), and that tactic will get him reelected.

    "Party Before People" is the Republican Party motto, sorta like the totalitarian Communist Party. And getting reelected to stay in power to enrich themselves and their donors is the only goal they seek. Gov. Bryant is the personification of their self-serving philosophy.

    A representative democracy only works when the elected representatives promote & protect the interests of their constituents, not their own personal interests. If our US form of democracy fails, self-serving elected office holders with a lack of commitment to the interests & welfare of all citizens will be a major cause.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._states_by_income