Good Morning IANs :) see other posts.<quoted text>
Nobody's asking you to eat cabbage.
Let's make the analogy more apt: you don't even want cabbage sold in the markets for the benefit of those who do like it.
That's your right, but please keep in mind that that sword cuts two ways. Many people don't like or approve of religion. What if religion were illegal? You might say that what you do behind closed doors that allows you to express your basic instincts and fulfill yourself without affecting anybody but you is your business, and that we should support you there.
What would you think of this answer:
"Religion is disgusting. The thought of it makes me sick. No matter what anybody says, I won't support that right. And if you don't like it, tough."
I never said I didn't want cabage sold in the stores. Or the rights of oters to eat it, buy it, or anythng else they want to do with it. It's cabage. What does me no wanting cabage for spper hae to do with religion? Do you worship cabage? If so, I am sorry, I didn't know anyone worshipped cabage. Had I, I would have made it clear that I was only voicing my view on cabage. And that I do respect others have different oppinions about cabage. But, I still don't want any cabage. And I am shocked, that just because I don't like cabage, I infact hate it, you are going to attack my faith. That's an example of extream hate that I am shocked to see even from you. WOW I am sure glad I didn't say how I feel about spinach. You might start calling for me to be executed.
IANS said: "Religion is disgusting. The thought of it makes me sick. No matter what anybody says, I won't support that right. And if you don't like it, tough."
I say: You have expressed these thoughts before. But I must say I am glad you felt free to express them.
Have a good day IANS :)