In a debate with Raven Symone, Bure insisted that we should “respect opposing views” when referencing a bakery that was fined for illegally discriminating against gay people after refusing to bake a cake for their wedding. If that same bakery refused to bake a cake for a wedding between a black woman and a white man, would she ask that we grant the same respect? No, she wouldn’t. And using Jesus to justify this stance is not only ridiculous, it also suggest that Jesus hates people for who they love. Though I’m Jewish and don’t believe in Jesus, I’m guessing that if such a man exists, he’d love everyone equally.
— David Mack (@davidmackau) July 8, 2015
My uneducated guess is that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have been separated for months, and in an effort to save face, both parties kept their status a secret. Scott’s only “betrayal” would be his very open display of affection prior to giving his partner an opportunity to release a public statement. Disick might be an alcoholic in need of serious help, but that doesn’t make him a cheater. As for the idea that there’s a common law marriage that could cost Kourtney millions, it’s going to be a long road for Disick, who would have to prove certain strict standards, which likely don’t apply. Good luck.