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Old June 9th, 2018, 04:51 PM   #41
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They wanted him to do something he didn't want to do. They wanted him to submit and he didn't, so they punished him. He pissed off big brother. Too bad.
The lunch counters in the 60s didnít want to serve blacks. They were forced to do something they didnít want to do. Was that a bad thing?
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The lunch counters in the 60s didn’t want to serve blacks. They were forced to do something they didn’t want to do. Was that a bad thing?
It wasn't about serving a cake. You know that if you've followed the case. I have. Have you?
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Old June 9th, 2018, 04:59 PM   #44
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It wasn't about serving a cake. You know that if you've followed the case. I have. Have you?
I have. The question about making the cake was what started it. The Supreme Court made it about how the baker (and his religious beliefs) were treated during the hearings.
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Old June 9th, 2018, 05:01 PM   #45
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It wasn't about serving a cake. You know that if you've followed the case. I have. Have you?
Youíre the one who said it was about making ďhim to do something he didnít want to do.Ē

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I have. The question about making the cake was what started it. The Supreme Court made it about how the baker (and his religious beliefs) were treated during the hearings.
You just contradicted your previous post. You now agree with me it wasn't about selling gays a cake. Thanks.
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The lunch counters in the 60s didnít want to serve blacks. They were forced to do something they didnít want to do. Was that a bad thing?

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And it wasn't lunch counters all over the country. Eventually that would have gone away in most places. And it and the totality of public accommodations rulings ruined black owned businesses virtually overnight, destroying a large black middle-class with it.
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And it wasn't lunch counters all over the country. Eventually that would have gone away in most places. And it and the totality of public accommodations rulings ruined black owned businesses virtually overnight, destroying a large black middle-class with it.
Is there any non-KKK historian in the world who supports that view?
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Is there any non-KKK historian in the world who supports that view?
There are mamy historians that agree with that view, including posters on this forum. I'm a historian and I agree with it.
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