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Yep But things have changed
Debate Score:6
Arguments:5
Total Votes:6
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Sorry Biden. Twitter is a private company.

Psaki hints Biden will STILL go after Twitter - even if Elon Musk takes over - because of his 'concerns' over their 'power' and the 'harms they cause 


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-23/disney-s-578-million-tax-break-left-untouched-in-desantis-feud

Yep

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But things have changed

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Disney is a commercial enterprise and as such its directors should not alienate large sectors of its clientele or potential clientele by publicly declaring support for a particular political party's ideology, or indeed a specific religious creed.

Where I come from the managing director of a large firm ( not anywhere remotely as large as Disney) of wholesalers who was standing for election in a local government poll announced, as part of his promotional campaign that he ''never did and never would employ a Roman Catholic''.

Of course such a statement would now contravene the fair employment/equal opportunities legislation, but this was back in the sixties.

His heretofore thriving company went bankrupt within three months.

The woke mob which is occupying the board room at the Disney Corporation have stepped well outside their remit and by doing so in this manner will have significantly reduced the shareholder's dividends.

THESE LOWLIFES SHOULD BE OUSTED FORTHWITH.

Side: Yep
1 point

If churches can't talk politics due to tax exemptions neither can Disney

Hello B:

It's not the tax exemptions that prevent church's from talking about politics, it's the 1st Amendment.. Disney ain't a church.

Look.. As a liberal minded person, I have plenty of problems with the state granting the special tax status that Disney enjoys.. So, changing things that result in Disney being treated like an ordinary taxpayer, is good by me. A challenge on those grounds has a strong chance of winning..

But, claiming Disney a church ain't gonna cut it.

excon

Side: But things have changed
BaloneyHead(194) Disputed
2 points

But, claiming Disney a church ain't gonna cut it.

Any entity pushing ideological views is a church. A Baptist church teaches you to love Jesus. A Disney church teaches you to love kids, but not in a good way.

Side: Yep
Developing(493) Disputed
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Excon, the 1'st Amendment does not prevent churches from sharing their political views. You obviously know this.

Side: Yep
excon(17248) Disputed
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Excon, the 1'st Amendment does not prevent churches from sharing their political views. You obviously know this.

Hello hater:

It's not the 1st Amendment per se, it's their agreement wherein they exchanged an exemption from taxes, in order to be classified a religious organization and ONLY a religious organization. If a church spouts anything OTHER than religious material they are no longer a church and should pay taxes..

Truly, I don't know why they don't go after the exemption of churches that spout politics.. I certainly would.

excon

Side: But things have changed