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"Are Protected Class Laws A Blanket For Class-Less Behavior?"

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Has the benefits of the special laws become a blanket shield for bad behavior by the protected? For example: If a homosexual individual tries to make an advance, there is a hesitance to press sexual harrassment charges for fear that there will be an outrage against "homophobia" rather than getting the details of the case to adequately prosecute the CRIME. Or a woman makes a false allegation of rape, and although the details of the case clearly show the trickery, time is spent "investiating" for fear of an outcry of sexism and discrimination.  The need for government protection for certain special interest groups and special classes is indeed a real one, but the raison d'etre for these laws must be protected from misuse for the good of the communities for which they were implemented. Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST with your thoughts. Call in at 347-327-9967.

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