I really love the part about Americans not killing homosexuals and adulterers.
So, therefore, In arab country they punish a sin by committing another one.
Howzabout homosexuals and adulterers fucking murderers! same principle, just reversed!
I hate intolerance. Anyone that uses religion to justify hurting someone else is a bad person.
I am a little tainted in my viewpoints I suppose, but I hate it when other people judge others. I know how I feel about women. If someone felt the way I feel about women, except felt that way about their own sex, then I can understand their actions. God is the one that will judge us, and people are not supposed to judge, only the maker.
I don't like adultry much myself, becuase I think that does hurt others. I have friends that have gotten cheated on, and it sucks for them, it has got to be ten times as bad when your married. Pre-marital sex is great stuff though, been having it for about 3 years now. Everyone ought to have them a little, its good with whipped cream and chocolate sauce.
I feel an intense hatred to those who are judgemental, and I can not explain it. I hate it when people judge anyone else based on the colour of their skin, they way they talk, their sexual preference,the way they dress. It seems to me that people want to hurt those that are different. I am judgemental sometimes, but I try to watch myself.
I think that is one of the reasons American is wonderful.
Our forefathers died at valley forge, saratoga, new orleans, gettysburg, Normandy, saigon, not so we would be a nation of Conservative Christians that beat the hell out of anyone that was different. They didn't die for this country so that other people could put to death people who did not agree with their viewpoints.
They died so that blacks and whites, yellows and reds, Jews, Muslims, Christians, Catholics, Mormons, Buddhists, Agnostics, Atheists, Straights, Bi's,Homosexuals,Tall, Short, Fat, Skinny, Smart and Dumb could live in a place where they did not have to worry about their safety because they were not the same as their neighbor. They died so that both a synagogue and a church could be on the same street. They died so that men and eventually women would be able to voice their opinions in elections, so that one man did not obtain total power. They died so that people could own what belongs to them, and not have a king that owned every thing. '
I understand that our forefathers were, by in large, Christians. However, they did not seek to judge others and use their faith as a means to justify their actions.
I, for one, hope that the original American ideals of Freedom- some layed out in the bill of rights, like Religion, the Right To Bear Arms, The right to a fair trial, and others that are more or less understood-the Freedom from Fear, Freedom of Choice, Never ever perish from the hearts and minds of Americans.