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religion shouldnt be able to vote for or against itself.. like a smoker shouldnt be able to vote for or against cigarettes.. or a child vote for or against there being playgrounds on every corner of every street.. like with churches
And just so you don't forget: The First Amendment guarantees freedoms concerning religion, expression, assembly, and the right to petition.
im saying they shouldnt be able to vote.. like a smoker on cigarettes, being unresonable
In addition to that, isn't saying that Religious people not being able to vote basically taking away their rights as citizens of the country. They have the same rights as atheists.You can't just say no, it is going against the constitution.
religious people cant vote on religion it become.. and atheists are religious, and everyone else are atheists, to theists..
so you are arguing that smokers are resonable in their smoking votes?
What i am trying to say is that you cannot take away someones rights to vote. What you are saying is that anyone who shares the same view as the topic is not allowed to vote. Doees that mean democrats cant vote for a democratic candidate?
Non-smokers are not reasonable too. They are against it. So there is really no way to be in the middle. Well, its too sad that there are only 3 rounds but thank you and peace out.
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