“Where is cotton-mouth Marco Rubio in all this? I guess he decided to let his Cuban Mafia brother take it on the chin while spends his time trying to figure out how to funnel illegal campaign contributions into his Antiguen bank accounts...”
“She will win and rightfully so simply because they hired her fiance, thus invalidating their own abstinence policy as being gender specific, i.e., discriminatory because she is female and that evidence of her engaging in pre-marital sex cannot be hidden while her fiance can hide his violation of that same policy. The administration made a statement by the fiance's hiring that says men can violate the policy but women cannot, there the case is lost. I think that any employment contract that violates the Constitution, "life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness," will also ultimately fail. Our employers cannot violate our constitutional rights in pursuit of their own ideology. If they can, they can require you to not eat pork, prove that you excercise 30 minutes daily, and are registered to vote for the party they want you to vote for. An employment contract is never going to be binding when it violates personal liberty that does not include breaking the law.
SeovyeQuirsefron on Mar 2, 2013 at 22:38:27
“They did NOT hire her fiance. Where did you read that?.
Further, there is no credible evidence that the school offered the fiance a job.”