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#762
Apr 24, 2013
 
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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My point proven.
You're delusional.
You've never had a point.
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Make no mistake. There is nothing educated about her guesses.
From a tactical standpoint, it seems pretty stupid for her to go public with this. She's not going to get a lot of money out of a case like this. It seems that she would have been more employable if she had kept quiet. Now every parent in every school in the Columbus area is going to know who she is and its going to be hard to get someone to hire her.

Some attorneys are just plain stupid about these things.

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Enzyte Bob wrote:
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Is that something I missed, or just an educated guess on your part?
My theory is that they liked her as a colleague, but just weren't willing to pull the trigger based on school gossip. When she made a public acknowledgment and a parent complained I really don't see how they had any choice but to can her.
I certainly would suck to be canned from such an easy gig after 19 years of employment, but I'm sure some compassionate LGBT-sensitive employer will give her another job.
Strictly my 'antenna going up','female intuition',
pure conjecture on my part.
It's hard to fire someone these days, especially when 'deep pockets' are involved.
She's suing based on discrimination and they'll make an out of court settlement. The same thing that would have happened if they had fired her a year prior to the obit.
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You're delusional.
You've never had a point.
I most certainly have a point. My point is that your crazed opinions are based on nothing more than religious zealotry no matter how hard you try to make it seem like they are based on rational thought. And with your help it has been proven, to borrow a phrase, beyond a shadow of a doubt.
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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I most certainly have a point. My point is that your crazed opinions are based on nothing more than religious zealotry no matter how hard you try to make it seem like they are based on rational thought. And with your help it has been proven, to borrow a phrase, beyond a shadow of a doubt.
A Catholic School is part of a religious institution. What you call "religious zealotry" is a lifestyle that a majority of the one billion Catholics around the world believe in. And it works.

You and your ilk have been pretty successful in sanitizing the government schools of the kinds of messages that the Catholic Schools teach. Why aren't you content with having your own schools and running them the way you want, and leaving Catholic Schools alone to run their schools the way they want?

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Strictly my 'antenna going up','female intuition',
pure conjecture on my part.
It's hard to fire someone these days, especially when 'deep pockets' are involved.
She's suing based on discrimination and they'll make an out of court settlement. The same thing that would have happened if they had fired her a year prior to the obit.
She'll be lucky to get $30,000 out of a case like this to go away. Had she kept her mouth shut, she could have found another government school willing to pay her $50,000 a year for her very easy gig. And the government schools don't mind having sodomites on staff.
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Enzyte Bob wrote:
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A Catholic School is part of a religious institution. What you call "religious zealotry" is a lifestyle that a majority of the one billion Catholics around the world believe in. And it works.
You and your ilk have been pretty successful in sanitizing the government schools of the kinds of messages that the Catholic Schools teach. Why aren't you content with having your own schools and running them the way you want, and leaving Catholic Schools alone to run their schools the way they want?
You must have missed my post where I said I couldn't care less what Catholic schools teach.
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Enzyte Bob wrote:
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A Catholic School is part of a religious institution. What you call "religious zealotry" is a lifestyle that a majority of the one billion Catholics around the world believe in. And it works.
You and your ilk have been pretty successful in sanitizing the government schools of the kinds of messages that the Catholic Schools teach. Why aren't you content with having your own schools and running them the way you want, and leaving Catholic Schools alone to run their schools the way they want?
Looks like the Catholic Church HAS some options that don't violate the Constitution--such as limiting their teaching staff to those in religious orders, as they used to. Otherwise they end up trying to show that a gym class taught by a practicing or non-practicing heterosexual or non-practicing homosexual simply by virtue of who is teaching it is a more religiously consistent experience than one taught by a homosexual in a committed relationship who may be having relations with their partner.

But I don't think that they get to just pick and choose willy-nilly which employment (or other) laws they will follow and which ones they will not. Otherwise anyone can declare themselves a religion and do as they please.
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Strictly my 'antenna going up','female intuition',
pure conjecture on my part.
It's hard to fire someone these days, especially when 'deep pockets' are involved.
She's suing based on discrimination and they'll make an out of court settlement. The same thing that would have happened if they had fired her a year prior to the obit.
Seem like it would be easier to fire someone based on a notebook full of documentation than a vaguely defined notion of immorality.

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Connoisseur wrote:
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Seem like it would be easier to fire someone based on a notebook full of documentation than a vaguely defined notion of immorality.
Only you find God's "notion[s] of immorality" to be "vaguely defined," Reader.

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Connoisseur wrote:
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Looks like the Catholic Church HAS some options that don't violate the Constitution--such as limiting their teaching staff to those in religious orders, as they used to. Otherwise they end up trying to show that a gym class taught by a practicing or non-practicing heterosexual or non-practicing homosexual simply by virtue of who is teaching it is a more religiously consistent experience than one taught by a homosexual in a committed relationship who may be having relations with their partner.
But I don't think that they get to just pick and choose willy-nilly which employment (or other) laws they will follow and which ones they will not. Otherwise anyone can declare themselves a religion and do as they please.
At the judgment:

"B-b-b-u-t Holy God, I was in a COMMITTED homosexual relationship!"
Che Reagan Christ

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Only you find God's "notion[s] of immorality" to be "vaguely defined," Reader.
You and your church can't agree on the definition, how do you expect anyone else to?

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Connoisseur wrote:
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Looks like the Catholic Church HAS some options that don't violate the Constitution--such as limiting their teaching staff to those in religious orders, as they used to. Otherwise they end up trying to show that a gym class taught by a practicing or non-practicing heterosexual or non-practicing homosexual simply by virtue of who is teaching it is a more religiously consistent experience than one taught by a homosexual in a committed relationship who may be having relations with their partner.
But I don't think that they get to just pick and choose willy-nilly which employment (or other) laws they will follow and which ones they will not. Otherwise anyone can declare themselves a religion and do as they please.
As I said before, were this story about a Muslim school, you people wouldn't have a thing to say, and the media wouldn't give you the time of day.
BTW, try getting an IRS tax exemption if yo want to start a "religion." I'm betting it's not as easy as you think it is.
Here's the bottom line...you people are going to push the Church too far one day and we'll respond. Good luck when all the Catholic hospitals shut down. Imagine Columbus losing the three here now. That's 1423 beds and the ERs.

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Connoisseur wrote:
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Seem like it would be easier to fire someone based on a notebook full of documentation than a vaguely defined notion of immorality.
Or the violation of a legal contract?

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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Or the violation of a legal contract?
That is, after all, the heart of the matter.

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To review, Ms. Hale publicly announced that she is living with a domestic partner.
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domes&#8242;tic part&#8242;ner
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either member of an unmarried, cohabiting, and esp. homosexual couple that seeks benefits usu. available only to spouses.
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Is there any indication that Ms. Hale sought benefits?

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<quoted text>Let's see how many of you "outraged" outsiders who have no business in the matter come through for HER attorney fees. Put your money where your mouth is, lefties.
The ACLU will probably step in pretty soon.
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-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Let's see how many of you "outraged" outsiders who have no business in the matter come through for HER attorney fees. Put your money where your mouth is, lefties.
There won't be any need. You'll be picking up that tab too.

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Enzyte Bob wrote:
It has to do with everything being centered around the family.
Indeed it does. Problem is, you want to control the definition of "family" too.

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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There won't be any need. You'll be picking up that tab too.
woof
She's going to lose, douche. But your lack of financial support for Beulah Balbricker is noted. All mouth no balls.

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