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[quote user="dezzzR"]Yea and if you said those things in front of homosexuals theyd press charges. Theyre just as bad as the religous freaks.
lol uhh...pretty sure you cant press charges for language, buddy.</p>
lol yea freedom of speech. I think he was just making a point
[/quote]Its called a hate crime. Look at that Indian kid(forgot his name). Hes getting 10 years for "bullying" that "forced" a gay college student to jump off a bridge. Is that really fair? I believe he should get deported or some hard time, but 10 years??
I've mentioned that that case in particular is far from over. It's going to be a benchmark case for years to come regardless of the final outcome.
It's not a hate crime to use words lol. It IS a hate crime if you use those words to fuel a hurtful outcome.
I dont really want to talk about that case. it's extremely controversial. lol</p>[/quote]More political correct bull****. Its poisoning this country.
[/quote]That case is going to set all type of precedents. Everything becomes much more complicated when it involves homosexuals/lesbians....especially business, education, medical etc. I really don't get that either. Laws have been passed allowing same sex marriage, they receive the tax benefits of hetero married couples, adoption(deductions) The playing field has been equalized....so then why do they get an "extra card" to play when something doesn't go their way? They should no longer be allowed to cry discrimination. The hetero's are being discriminated against here.[/quote]
bullying isn't just about sexual preference though. There is a big push to stop bullying.
Whether you want to consider that case bullying or not is up for debate i guess, but I would consider it bullying.
[/quote]OK. Case can def be made that in this situation, Bullying is the primary violation, but the undertone of the fact that it was a homosexual performing homosexual acts that were being captured via video complicates things. At least for the jury. How can anyone be sure that the jury was able to rule completely objectively on "bullying" without being influenced by the homosexual connection. Whether the emotion that was evoked from the jury be, pity, disgrace, etc. The objectivity to make a verdict decision based on the sole fact has been comprimised and emotion could very easily enter a jurors mind.
B's right, they won't be happy till we are all homos...lol