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How Bad Is It? Bad . . .

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Not surprising, but I really wanted Joseph to take the next step when the young lady told him she didn't feel it was her place to tell someone he was wrong. What if he said he believed God created us male and female and we should not question God's divine order? Further, what if he believes biological men should only marry biological women? Would the interviewee then hold to her belief that she should not tell someone he is wrong?
May 31, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterKevin
I emailed UW alumni and asked if they had seen this and received no reply. This is just horrendous. These are the people you want on a jury if you're guilty. Just claim you're not a white man in his 40s but a black woman in her teens. They would have to believe you, well they wouldn't follow thru of course because they're inconsistent subjectivists suppressing the truth. This video should have been on 60 minutes.
May 31, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterMatt

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