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Oh there's a surprise... ad hominem attacks from Patters the Moderator... never seen that before
Lol. Patters was saying the woman's case is crazy. Talk about persecution complex. You'd make a good ulta-liberal, with your I'm-always-a-victim mentality.
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My version of the quote from Patters includes gay singles, erm, you know like Patters is..... Is he attacking himself?
Gee, I dunno... does your version also include "The case is almost as ignorant as anyone who believes one woman's activities in Northern California represent the gay agenda"..?
Don't get me wrong... I dish it out and I can take it too (and I've certainly been called worse)... but I just see Patters has a pattern of responding with hostility and venom towards anyone that doesn't support his agenda 100%... which is fine by me, were it not for the fact that if you respond to him in kind, you get censored and/or threaten with being banned.
He shouldn't be allowed to post here and be a moderator. All too often he engages in the activities he is supposed to be preventing.
You can't treat any American as a second-class citizen. At the same time, if you aren't qualified to offer a service, like matching gays, because you don't understand enough about them, then you should be entitled to deny them what would otherwise be a crappy service anyway. My guess is that this case will turn on whether E-harmony is entitled to remain ignorant of gays. After all, I'm sure the president of this company doesn't know the first thing about the computer algorithm that his company uses to match straight people. He hires people to understand it for him. Why has he chosen to not hire people who could create one for gays?
My understanding is that EHarmony's algorithm is based on surveys of long-married couples. With gay marriage outlawed, then so much for long-married gay couples and so much for having such an algorithm for them. EHarmony should not be forced to create such an algorithm for gay people.
Why does he have to? It's a service site. If they don't fit your needs, go somewhere else.
So what if the owner of this site said only all Pats fans who aren't Italian are welcome here? This is a private website. Should he have the right to discriminate against you just because you have too many vowels in your name?
If there's a legitimate reason to not provide the service, fine. Heart surgeons, for example, are NOT discriminating against people with sick Livers when they don't help them. They're just specializing.