Sorry Gays, You Don’t Have The Right To Be Free From Discrimination

I pretty much have to agree with Matt Walsh on this one. Gay’s don’t have the Right to be Free from Discrimination. The problem with that is every special interest groups like the gays wants more rights than your average common citizen. They try to shove down people’s faces that they want their special rights enshrined into law and try to claim they are above normal folks. The problem I see is that the Gay community is making it all about them and this is the byproduct of the narcissistic, me, me, me generation we are living in.

The fact is, Gays DO not have the right to be free from discrimination. They do not have the right to impose their views, beliefs and ideology onto society. We have the US Constitution that protects our rights to Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion. Something that the Gay community in this country seems to forget. What I find so funny is that even the Gays are to impose who society should and should not associate. People in society are free to associate and do business with who ever they want. Gays don’t have the right and should not impose upon people. People can protest all they want but most people will not care about some social justice or gay groups protest.

The problem I am seeing is that you have special interest groups trying to impose their ideology on private citizens and private businesses. The problem here is that Gays don’t seem to understand that private citizens and private businesses have to right to associate with who ever they like. They have every right to be free to associate with anyone they choose and that’s something that every special interest group needs to get over.

I also agree with Matt Walsh that every special interest group in this country does not have the Right to be free from discrimination. This is a perfect example of what Matt Wash wrote,

There is no right to not be discriminated against. I realize that we have invented this right, but it does not actually exist as a constitutional or moral reality. To say that we have the right to be free from discrimination is to say that no individual can ever make a distinction for or against us or our actions based on group, class, or category. This is absurd on its face. We all engage in this sort of discrimination on a daily basis. We all decide who we associate with, and in what manner, and to what degree, and in what form, based on, yes, discrimination. Whether positive or negative, critical or complimentary, we discriminate — make distinctions, decide for or against — all the time, constantly, forever. It’s part of being human.

The fact is, that, their is no right to be free from discrimination that is enshrined in the US Constitution.  That’s because we have first amendment rights that cover that and  people need to understand that Private citizens and private businesses have to right to do business and associate with whoever they want.

What I find so funny is that so many celebrities, social justice whackjobs and special interest groups seem to have a hard time understand that their protest and boycott is not going to hurt the state. They are a very tiny minority and they do not speak for the rest of the country. While they say they will boycott Indiana, other businesses may welcome them and may even bring their Business to Indiana. Which is ironic that gays seem to forget that businesses and private citizens have every right to associate and do business with who ever they want. They have every right not to be imposed by a special interest group and they forget that people have FREE Choice.

So they can protest all they want but it’s not hurting the state of Indiana but themselves. Then again, Gays and every special interest group seems to forget the US Constitution and the First Amendment that is in the Bill of Rights. The forget about Freedom of the press and Freedom of Religion and the Right to Bear Arms. Which all that cool stuff that is enshrined in the US Constitution.

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