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Friday, September 16, 2011

Guilty of institutionalized irrationality, insanity? On going discrimination, and U.S. crimes against humanity!
Every church, religion, or organization that supports,
promotes, or has as an operational doctrine a
policy/policies that discriminates against the LGBTQ
community in any way..Is no more rational, or Godly
than those same types of Churches, religions, or
organizations that promoted, supported slavery or
racial discrimination..

All federal, or state laws or regulation, or policies, as
well as the the politicians, or U.S. courts that supports
or maintain said laws or regulations that currently are
responsible for the continued discrimination, cultural
bias that targets for discrimination any member of the
LGBTQ community is guilty of failing to fulfill their
specific obligation to uphold the Constitution as well
as the U.S. Bill of Rights, or the existent, even if
non-specified, rationally expected to be upheld, civil
rights of members of the LGBTQ community.

These politicians or courts, these laws and regulations
are just as guilty of being.participatory in crimes
against humanity as were their same historical counter
parts that supported slavery and racial discrimination.

Colin Stuart McCoy

Let us not forget the historically recognized acts of
discrimination that targeted women, and Native
Americans. These additional epic fails also had the
support of the U.S. government and U.S Christian
Churches. Some of which is still ongoing..
Shameful.
10:19 am pdt 

Friday, September 9, 2011

9/11 10 years ago....
The impact to our society was severe, politically,
socially, economically...In my opinion we have not
recovered, and some areas of resultant damage
still negatively impacting our country...

But, ..that is not what this post is about or upon
what I am reflective of, with this date being just
around the corner.

As I reflect, my thoughts, prayers, positive hopes & 
wishes/thoughts go out to those who so wrongly/needlessly
lost their lives that day, and their families, loved ones.

When I think of the emergency responders who lost
their lives that day I am left feeling profoundly humble,
grateful to live in a country where such people, role 
models exist in such numbers.

CSM
9:36 am pdt 


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