Thursday, September 20, 2007

Magnus Hypocrisy

I was just reading a report on new legislation intended to advance homosexuality in the workplace and I was reminded... Wasn't it not too long ago that it was these same individuals whose cry was "You can't legislate morality!" who are now trying to use the law books and courts to do the same thing they formerly accused the religious of doing?

Funny, how when things don't go your way, people cry unfair.
But, when you think it might work to your own advantage, there's nothing wrong with it!

Here we find not only hypocrisy, but affirmation that believers were right all along in that while the law cannot produce morality, it does on one level express and protect the values held by a particular body and both limit and penalize what is deemed immoral.

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