My motivation for writing was sparked by the current story dealing with the Arizona law to make it ‘legal’ for people to deny service based on religious principles. That we even have to consider such a law should be enough to condemn this nation, but – sadly – it isn’t. Worse, we don’t even understand that we are arguing for slavery and not for liberty. You have a Natural Right to be a bigot – period. But you also have a Natural Right to discriminate, and it doesn’t necessarily mean you are a ‘hater’ if you do. In fact, if you are one of those who have accepted this absurdity that ‘discrimination’ makes you a ‘hater,’ then congratulations: you are a bigot and a hater! But for those of us who understand this issue, we are nothing more than a private citizen trying to live our lives without having others using government to force their beliefs on us.
I usually like to post the definitions of the words involved when I write about matters such as this. But I am not going to do that this time. Instead, I am going to use absurdity to make my point (if you have read “Brave New World,” this illustration should be familiar to you). OK, here it goes:
Read the rest, its Liberal Logic gold.