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- Aug 29, 2010
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Because that's not freedom then.He can earn a living, just not with a company that feels their sales and revenue are put at risk by the fact he goes out of his way to espouse them publicly.
Honestly, wouldn't matter if it was that he liked pineapple on pizza if the NRL watching public decided that was heinous enough to stop spending their hard earned on the code.
Why is this being dragged into some religious freedom debate when its not. He can say what he likes, just doesn't get to force a business to employ him if saying it goes against their rules.
That's like saying your free to commit murder you just have to spend the rest of your life in jail.
So if Folau goes down to a butchers and applies for a job there, you'd think it's ok for them to not hire him based on his religious beliefs?