Congress Outlaws Discriminating Against Others’ Discriminations

That white chess piece must be so scared.

This President’s Day, most Americans enjoyed their days off by bbqing, relaxing, seeing a movie, and spending time with friends and family.  In Congress, they were hard at work passing a bill that would effectively outlaw discriminating against others’ discrimination’s once and for all.

For years, when people discriminated against others for their race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion, they themselves felt persecuted and alienated.  Congress, a well-known discriminating organization, knows exactly how that can feel.  So they are in the process of passing S.B. 2022, aka the “Just Stop” bill.  The most recent case of discrimination on the basis of discriminating involves the proponents of California’s Proposition 8 effectively banning same-sex marriage.  They felt their views were being impeded by those wishing to obtain a legal route to marriage.  And that’s not what this country was founded on.  It was founded on the ability to discriminate as one pleases.

Supporters of this bill include: proponents of California’s Proposition 8, Mormons, Republicans, Newt Gingrich (who signed the petition to pass it several times), Rick Santorum, people who call themselves Christians but have never read the Bible, One Million Moms, and Flo from the Progressive Commercials.

So now when service is refused to someone on the basis of race, or marriage is refused on the basis of sexual orientation, there can be no legal repercussions.  Because that is just someone’s opinion, and opinions are never wrong.


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2 Responses to Congress Outlaws Discriminating Against Others’ Discriminations

  1. Christopher says:

    Rawfuler than ever. Love it.

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