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Via Anna Kopaczewski
true true :)
I believe that some places allow insurance to same sex spouses, but that isn't the issue here. The issue is gays demand to be accepted by all but refuse to accept that not everyone shares their opinions. I agree that insurance should allow same sex couples and that hospitals should allow family care plans that permit decision making of the significant other regardless of the gender. But you should be going after the insurance companies on this not the businesses, because it's the insurance companies and their policies that cause the problem. They hike the prices because they feel gay couples are more risky. If you were a company would you get a cheaper insurance plan that is cheaper for you and your employees as a whole making the option of having insurance more available,or would you get one that is more expensive just to give the very small minority of gays that might work for you an option for insurance? knowing that everyone else including the company will be paying more because of that, meaning many may no longer be able to afford insurance due to the high premiums just so gays could have the option of getting it.
Companies chose the plans they want to allow. Some make them themselves...Target in particular manages their own health care insurance so they make ALL the decisions.Gays aren't the only ones that have significant others. So do MANY MANY families. More and more people are choosing NOT to marry. I'd rather wealthy business owners stop just looking out for themselves. It's sickening. I don't care what your opinions on gay marriage are but treat them as you'd like to be treated. I'm tired of men treating women like lesser beings, and straights or business owners treating gays like dogs. It's wrong no matter what way you look at it. If he doesn't approve of men marrying men then he shouldn't marry a man, but he shouldn't use his business as a way to discriminate LOUDLY about how he doesn't approve of them. If he was a wise business owner he would have simply said my business is open to all. And left it at that. There is no reason to say you are against someone and use your business front.
or for someone for that matter. Businesses should NEVER have a political view. They buy people into office and that is wrong. That is mostly what I am saying. What you or I believe is personal. But a business can't believe it is a building or several buildings.
Or be for someone/ something is what I meant to say... Baby distractions >.>
They never said anything about descriminating gays. It was a Christian news interview asking his personal opinion. It's boils down to amendment rights...I urge you to read this article-http://www.inquisitr.com/287389/chick-fil-a-gets-more-unlikely-champions-in-marriage-controversy/
Funny and True.
so so true!!!