Indiana Becomes Apoplectic Moonbat Magnet – Governor Mike Pence Fights Back…

To arms ! Quick everyone grab a bag of Chick-fil-a sandwiches and start chucking them with random disregard  (they work like hand grenades against the rainbow Moonbats).  …And into the valley in the shadow of Hobby Lobby rode the doomed Christians…. 

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It appears Indiana has become the epicenter of all things dangerous and scary for the progressive left.  “BIGOTS” they shout !!  The polar ice-caps are melting, planets have fallen askew, random rainbow monkeys are rushing toward the alarm.  Everyone from Miley Cyrus to heads of other states are shocked, shocked, that a religious freedom law would pass. Oh the humanity. Cher and Hillary Clinton are marching arm in arm (Huma is jealous) my god this is slavery again!.

CNN’s John Avalon says Mike Pence is George Wallace.  Aiiieeeeee !  Charge of the cashmere coming next.  The mayor of Seattle has banned vacations and public travel to the Who’s Her state.  It has been rumored a baker didn’t bake a rainbow cake.  

pence-rally-550x365(CNSNews.com) – Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) says his state has been hit by an “avalanche of intolerance” ever since he signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act last week.

“George, look, the issue here is, you know, is tolerance a two-way street or not?” Pence told ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday.

“I mean, you know, there’s a lot of talk about tolerance in this country today having to do with people on the left. But here Indiana steps forward to protect the constitutional rights and privileges of freedom of religion for people of faith and families of faith in our state, and this avalanche of intolerance that’s been poured on our state is just outrageous.”

Pence said the bill he signed is not about discrimination, nor is it about disputes between individuals unless government action is involved. He said the law is intended to empower individuals (as well as churches and businesses) when they believe the government is trampling on their religious freedom by requiring them to do things they oppose on religious grounds.

Critics say the new law will sanction discrimination against homosexuals.

“The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was signed into federal law by President Bill Clinton more than 20 years ago,” Pence noted. “And it lays out a framework for ensuring that a very high level of scrutiny is given any time government action impinges on the religious liberty of any American.” (read more)

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105 Responses to Indiana Becomes Apoplectic Moonbat Magnet – Governor Mike Pence Fights Back…

  1. Les says:

    States’ Rights! If you want to live in a rainbow state, live in one. If you don’t, don’t. What’s the big issue?

    I used to not care so much what other people do, but now those folks are just irritating. I think most of them are just gay for the attention. If they most interesting thing about you is your gayness, you are a failure as a human.

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    • michellc says:

      I once was all for live and let live and honestly I still am. I don’t care what you do in your home. I do though care what you do in my home. I was behind them way back when they wanted civil unions, marriage was different though and my home state overwhelmingly agreed then you force it on us.
      Just like the blacks if you want to act like idiots and destroy your own neighborhood and teach hate in your home, whatever floats your boat. However, when you start destroying entire cities and vandalizing others’ property and harassing others then you’re no longer doing your thing.

      What both groups can’t understand is that you might use the courts to get your way and you might force politicians to give into you, but you can’t force people to accept or respect you by using such tactics, instead you create more who will never accept or respect you.

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  2. coeurdaleneman says:

    So gays have to drive down the street to a friendlier bakery …. it’s not like having a separate drinking fountain or being coerced to the back of the bus.

    The free market will take care of their needs, with plenty of convenient alternative outlets craving their business. Surely they are not claiming that this is a slippery slope heading toward complete denial of cakes, and that they need government coercion to rectify a slight?

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    • cohibadad says:

      It’s not about having to drive down the street. It’s about even hinting that homosexuality is abnormal. It drives them bonkers. They’re like the emperor without clothes trying every trick in the book to never be told their nude.

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  3. sundance says:

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  4. hoosiergranny says:

    Thanks for this post, Sundance. All anyone needs to do is read the comments left on the article to see the kind of hating, bigoted, misinformation this issue is generating. It’s likely that 90% of the people who responded did not even read (or may be didn’t comprehend) the substance of the article. It’s very sad to see how every issue is so divisive today.

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  5. Daniel says:

    I saw a map a little while ago showing that roughly half the states have these laws. Seems to me the only reason to “focus the effort” is because if they rely only on local people, their numbers would be embarrassingly insignificant. And I rather think that’s the obvious truth of the matter here. Non-straight sexuality is a statistically insignificant minority of the population.

    I grow tired of these things.

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  6. kpm58 says:

    Take away religious beliefs and faith then what argument do you have against the desires of a pedophile?
    The LGBTQ do not want tolerance. They want punishment and submission.

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  7. hoosiergranny says:

    I recently posted this on the Monday thread but it really belongs here. From Breitbart:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2015/03/30/religious-freedom-requires-war-with-bullying-ignorant-media/

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  8. dekare says:

    The gays have become the bullies now. They went from wanting others to tolerate their behavior to now they want to FORCE people to believe that their lifestyle is normal…and for those that do not…well they should be punished and made to suffer. They went from being victims to the attitude that all must embrace them or live in hell. They have become what they accused others of being.

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    • Agreed. I’m pro-gay-marriage, but I’m even more anti-bullying-of-Christians.

      My stance on both is First Amendment at the core. Freedom of religion should protect churches that believe (OR DON’T BELIEVE) in gay marriage. Freedom of speech should protect supporters of either viewpoint from being forced to either affirm the other viewpoint or silence their own. I like these laws because they admit there is a conflict of rights here, between freedom of speech and public accomodation. Society needs to work it out – not paper it over in a way that further erodes the freedom of speech.

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      • EnterTheDragon says:

        It’s not marriage.

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      • Krazy Kat says:

        It’s also not just Christians whose doctrines and scholars have santioned homosexuality. Most if not all “major” religions see tolerance as a virtue and embrace the idea of the family of all believers.
        But this is taking it to the next level–you not only have to accept me–you must agree with me!

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  9. I love how Pence repeatedly uses the word “intolerance”.

    As it should be, keep ramming the words “tolerance” and “intolerance” down the throats of the gay whiners.
    That should be the simple reply to any and every b.s. accusation the left throws out:

    Leftie: “you are anti-gay!”
    Conservative: “tolerance, leftie, where is your tolerance?”

    L: “you are discriminating”
    C: “tolerance, leftie!”

    L: “we are going to shut you down!”
    C: “why are you so intolerant, leftie ?”

    They’ve made us choke on their complaints based on lies for years,
    now it’s time to ram it down their hypocritical, perverse throats.

    Well done citizens of Indiana and Gov Pence.
    Don’t give in, let Chuckie Barkley and his gay friends cry all they want.
    I’ll be down this weekend to spend some cash if it will help make up for the loss of a couple cupcake sales.

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  10. bikermailman says:

    They’re claiming the law is about bigotry and discrimination. They’re right, in a roundabout way. It’s about preventing bullying and discrimination by teh gheys and The State against Christians. Remember kiddies, they don’t want tolerance. They want your complete and…ahem…full throated…approval. rimshot Homosexuality and the tax code are what will be used to break the Church. Churches that don’t jump on board will have their tax exempt status revoked, and most churches will cave, instead of raise the difference in tithes. Like a prisoner, once you’re broken the first time, you’ll go along with everything else The State commands.

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    • Sharon says:

      It’s my opinion that churches whose leadership is THINKING ought to be considering giving up their tax exempt status so that it can’t be used against them. It’s inevitable that it will be.

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  11. doodahdaze says:

    Apoplectic libs and progs who hate freedom and the bill of rights are going bananas. They think gay rights trump the 1st amendment. They can not tolerate sanity nor deal with it rationally. There is no such thing as gay rights. Of course they could never imagine some gays opening a store to cater to them. Note: Gay only establishments in Key West.
    http://gaytravel.about.com/od/keywestgaytravel/tp/Key-West-Gay-Hotels-Guide.htm

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Gays discriminate against straight people. What if the Westboro Baptist Church wants to book rooms at these gay only businesses?

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    • 7delta says:

      Tolerance has always been a one-way street. All flows to the tolerated. The tolerant have no rights, only total submission. It’s why tolerance doesn’t work.

      Respect is a two-way street where both parties retain their rights and avoid encroaching on the other. That’s why the tolerated shriek at such a suggestion. They’d have to be adults and temper tantrums wouldn’t be…well, tolerated.

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    • nivico says:

      Doodah,

      ‘Gay friendly’ is not the same as ‘gays only’ and they do accommodate heterosexual guests.

      The ‘clothing optional’ spas and resorts on the list like the one you’ve posted below, however, are permitted to be ~gender~ exclusive.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Wanna bet on that one? Try and book a Bible Banging Convention at one of these businesses.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Here is an advertisement for one of the, i have seen them. They are gay only.

        This luxurious LGBTA guest house sets the standard for island comfort and style. Complimentary breakfast and happy hour. Pool and hot tub. Multiple sun decks. // 1118 Fleming Street // 800-654-9919 // http://www.alexanderskeywest.com

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        • nivico says:

          “An LGBT guesthouse exclusively for Gays, Lesbians and Friends of Our Community.”

          They are not gay only. Heterosexuals are perfectly welcome, they just need to be comfortable with the fact that the other clientele and staff are largely gay.

          “THIS IS AN ADULT PROPERTY. ALL GUESTS MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD.”

          And they also need to be aware of and comfortable with the fact that this isn’t exactly the Motel 6. When you see a facility advertised as ‘clothing optional’ and/or ‘adult only,’ you can pretty much expect to see some raunchy behavior.

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          • Sandra says:

            I think about what goes on in the hotel rooms and don’t even want to stay in those rooms after promiscuous gay male guests have been in them. Heteros are promiscuous too, but nobody is more promiscuous than gay men, that’s one reason why HIV spread like wildfire through their population. (The other reason has to do with preferred type of position, of course.) I avoid any hotel that has hosted an International Mr. Leather convention in the past 5 years. I see this year it’s in Chicago (again), in the Congress Plaza Hotel on South Michigan Avenue.

            Link is safe for work, but you might not want anyone to see it anyway: http://www.imrl.com/visitorguide/hotel.php I don’t think even the most ardent lib hetero would want to stay in this hotel during convention weekend. By the way, they sometimes choose nice hotels that are totally mainstream and popular with families. Imagine the surprised looks of the parents…

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            • Sandra says:

              Oh boy. A record crowd in 2015? At this time our host hotel is SOLD OUT. We are working to secure rooms at another location, though other conventions have taken up many of the hotels in the city already. You may contact the Congress Hotel to inquire about any possible availabilities due to cancelations, but please be patient and respectful.

              Another nice picture here, again safe for work but probably not something you want everyone at your workplace to see you looking at. 🙂 http://www.imrl.com/visitorguide/schedule.php

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  12. sundance says:

    You just knew this was coming:

    WE.CAN’T.LET.DIS.STAN.

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    • Well, I guess it’s official:
      ‘The blacks’ apparently no longer have a problem with ‘the gays’ riding their ‘social justice’ coattails.

      Since al bagh-Sharpton IS the official black spokesperson, after all.

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      • 7delta says:

        Odd that Al thinks he’s got mojo on this. Just within the last few days, I read an article about black Presbyterian churches pulling out of the Presbyterian Church USA over the Presbytery approving gay marriage and gay clergy. Al just keeps digging moats and throwing in ‘gators. Works for me. Keep digging, Al.

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      • EnterTheDragon says:

        The White Hut has sent out its requirements.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The usual communist suspects. All this about Ma and Pa Kettle not wanting to make Gay wedding cakes. Ridiculous.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. sundance says:

    Indiana bad – Gay’s hanging Nuclear Iran = Best buds

    Liked by 4 people

    • doodahdaze says:

      Does Apple do business with Muslim countries that execute gay people for being gay? Or any of the other companies boycotting Indiana?

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  14. Irish Eyes says:

    If these radical gays had to walk through 99 bakeries or florists happy to serve at their weddings, they’d doggedly keep walking as long as it took to find the one in a hundred who declined, then shriek like banshees that their rights were denied, the right in question apparently being to force reluctant others to dance at their party.

    The case of Washington florist Barronelle Stutzman is particularly sad:
    http://blog.alliancedefendingfreedom.org/2015/02/19/say-it-with-flowers-court-rules-against-arlenes-flowers/

    Liked by 4 people

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Like I noted in comments a couple weeks back: Arlene’s Flowers webpage has a button to press to support her legal defense with MONEY as well as well-wishes.

      She sent me a wonderfully sweet thank you card.

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  15. Liberals are tolerant of everything except Christian beliefs. Worship of the earth? OK Worship of Satan? OK Worship of Materialism? OK Worship of Muhammad? OK Worship of Humans? OK Buddhism? OK Hinduism? OK Worship of Government? Right on. I did a study many years ago of the Romans and found they tolerated all religions except for one, Christianity. Eventually they resorted to impaling them on a post and lighting them on fire, feeding them to Lions, Bears and Dogs and all other sorts of cruelty. If you really preach tolerance, then you shouldn’t force others to believe as you do. Tolerance goes both ways if you really desire to be honest.

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    • Moishe Pipik says:

      This is exactly right.

      I’m probably one of the few gay Treepers here. (I’m an oddball because I’m also religious.)

      And I think the Left is handling this Indiana situation terribly. It’s going to backfire badly. Remember that the “Social Justice Warriors” have taken over the gay rights movement. Now support for gay rights is just another plank in a very broad socialist/communist platform with an ultimate goal of taking away all our individual rights.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Good point. What I do not get is why people having a gay wedding would not want to get the cake from a bakery that will cater to them for the business. The business that for religious reasons does not want the business is acting against its own financial interest. This is a can of worms and must be a bigger reason for all the hoopla.

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        • Sandra says:

          That is EXACTLY what I was thinking. If a baker didn’t like me or my cake design for any reason, I would find another baker. Simple as that. Someone staged this whole event, I think. Like what’s her name with the birth control, the chick at the expensive Ivy League school who “can’t afford” her birth control.

          Solution: more cameras. Wedding vendors need to record every single transaction, conversation, etc with customers. It would be interesting to see how this really played out. The bakery people were probably just as polite as the cop who pulled over Taraji P Racist’s obnoxious BGI Youth son.

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      • partyzantski says:

        Moishe Pipik,
        An aspect of history that is utterly missed by the LBGT movement is the utility and eventual disposition of their energies.
        During the formation of the Nazi Party, many of the adherents were homosexual. This promoted in-group loyalty and provided a synthetic social system where nothing had been organized on that scale before.
        One aspect of having a highly cohesive, largely clandestine social construct within a larger organization should be noted- the group loyalty is to itself and not to the larger entity.
        I dealt with this second hand in learning about what had happened to an Officer of the Day (OOD) log book for a Regiment…. a particularly troublesome entry had been made into a bound record book. This was a legal record of all events happening during a tour of duty. All units have these books, btw. The page was later determined to have been carefully razored to prevent whatever event from coming to light. It did, and it turned out to be an act of loyalty to the subgroup and not to the unit.
        This militancy and willingness to do subversive things for those “in” the group at the detriment of the larger group is certainly not exclusive to the homosexuals that I served with. The other groups would be legally defined as “gangs”. It was surprising what lengths of collusion small, cohesive groups would go to in short circuiting chains of command, until it no longer surprised me.
        As the Revolution always eats its own, the inevitability of a Hanselbauer Hotel/Bad Wiessee moment of 1934 is always spiritually in the cards. I agree with you that what is sometimes referred to as the “Gaystapo” has seriously over-played its hand. Ultimately, they are arguing for the right to not be offended.

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        • 7delta says:

          Excellent point, Partyzanski. The other thing that the activists are missing is that you don’t gain rights by taking someone else’s. Your rights are already yours, just as mine are already mine. When government intervenes into areas they have no authority to force participation in things to which people may object, it’s not about rights. It’s about usurping the power of both parties involved.

          The answer is simple: Your rights end where mine begin and mine end where yours begin. You have the right to not violate your beliefs, as I do mine. There are limits, like honor killings or pedophilia or marrying an infant, etc., but that enters an entirely different arena of violating another person’s rights, no matter what someone may believe.

          Denial of a wedding cake does not cause harm or infringe on anybody’s rights. If you’re traumatized by someone refusing to participate in something that violates their beliefs, you have bigger problems than where a cake was baked. Still, you have the right to be offended, and no legitimate protection from it other than your choice. Being offended does not give you the right to take someone else’s rights or to destroy their property rights by legal proxy. You also have the right to not be offended and to move on to a more conducive venue.

          Freedom is self-governance. Agree to disagree. No one’s rights have to be violated for everyone to have equal rights. People will never agree about everything. Respect it, avoid it and move on. Cherish your rights and everyone else’s. Theirs insure yours.

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    • Les says:

      I’m okay with Buddhism. They don’t hurt anybody. Not the real ones, can’t speak for the Chinese knockoffs. haha

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  16. Sharon says:

    The constitution already acknowledges freedom of religion and freedom of speech, the right to own property, etc…..the apparent “need” for laws to implement what the constitution covers confirms, again and again, that the Constitution is far in the rear view mirror.

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    • Hank Rearden says:

      These laws have been enacted at the federal and state level specifically to overrule a bad Supreme Court decision that took away some of the 1st Amendment’s original protection. Once a constitutional protection is lost due to a Supreme Court decision, the only way to put it back is a constitutional amendment or a subsequent court decision overruling the bad one. Legislation provides an intermediate, but non-permanent solution. Legislation can be undone in a moment.

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  17. kafir says:

    I’m beginning to reconsider my objections to Sharia law..

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  18. TexasRanger says:

    Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee bans state-funded travel to Indiana in reaction to state’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act;

    Connecticut’s Gov. Dan Malloy issued similar ban earlier Monday –

    http://www.governor.wa.gov/news-media/statement-gov-jay-inslee-indiana%E2%80%99s-new-%E2%80%9Creligious-freedom%E2%80%9D-law

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  19. TexasRanger says:

    US Justice Department-DOJ sues Southeastern Oklahoma State University; school discriminated against a professor who changed gender during her time working there, officials charge.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2015/03/30/justice-dept-sues-a-university-for-firing-a-professor-who-switched-gender/

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    • Sandra says:

      I can accept homosexuality. I cannot accept people who think they should be the opposite gender and go so far as to take hormones or have their genitalia mutilated to make it happen.

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  20. taqiyyologist says:

    These are the same hyena morons who believe that Muslims should be able to clitoridectomize “their” owned women and girls, and who believe that Muslims should be able to murder people who draw cartoons.

    WHAT THE ACTUAL F&??!@

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    • Yep,
      the same hyena morons happily embraced – and dispersed – by our Rainbow Coalition loving / Man’s Country frequenting / bending-over-for-Iran / Race baiting / illegal alien smuggling / Ebola embracing White mosque.

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  21. whoseyore says:

    Oh yes, I am a whoseyore and have never been more proud of my state! I wrote to Governor Mike Pence to tell him so. Let the NCAA leave, let Angie’s List get a new state for corporate headquarters, let the software companies leave. God will provide.

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  22. cohibadad says:

    This is the most I’ve been disgusted by Apple. Steve Jobs eliminated corporate charity and quietly gave more money personally than anyone knew about until after he died. And now Tim Cook has been increasing the LGBT support until he publicly puts an op-ed misrepresenting what this law is about. Sad.

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  23. Dixie says:

    Megyn Kelly just about had a knock down drag out about this on her show tonight. The whole thing was so ridiculous. The libs insist on misinterpreting this law and shouting the misinterpretation to the whole world….like nobody can be right about anything but them. State’s governors who have this law on the books are some of those who are cutting off all traffic to Indiana. How stupid is that? But wait……

    I found out tonight that Chick-Fil-A sandwiches are hand granades! Yeah!

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  24. kinthenorthwest says:

    Here is an another good article on the bill from a friend of mine.
    It also talks about how it is just the state version of the federal one Bill signed into law in 93.
    Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered
    This law, known as a Religious Freedom Restoration Act or RFRA (pronounced “riff-ra”), tracks the language of the 1993 federal RFRA signed into law by President Clinton after a 97-3 vote in the Senate. But you would not necessarily know how innocuous it is from news media coverage.
    http://thefederalist.com/2015/03/30/your-questions-on-indianas-religious-freedom-bill-answered/?utm_source=The+Federalist+List&utm_campaign=5bdafe9914-RSS_DAILY_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_cfcb868ceb-5bdafe9914-83800905

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  25. Josie says:

    If I am understanding the issue correctly, leftists will boycott the state. That means they won’t come to the state, or they will leave the state if already there. They will go elsewhere to live and shop. So, what is the problem? Good one Gov. Pence. A more lovely and peaceful state awaits your citizens. Well done sir. Well done. It’s a wonderful life.

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  26. Clownzilla says:

    So when Pedophile Willy and Bathhouse Barry signed similar legislation into law it was ok, but when a republican does it all of a suddenly it’s bigotry, fag-bashing, racism, et al ? Can the adults be in charge again?

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  27. Aslan's Girl says:

    I guess this is a Charge of the Rainbow Brigade? Loved the dripping sarcasm in this post, SD.

    Here’s a good run-down on what the law is — written by a gay Republican:
    http://thefederalist.com/2015/03/30/your-questions-on-indianas-religious-freedom-bill-answered/

    I hope this blows over soon, the stupidity displayed by the Left here is giving me a headache.

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  28. True Colors says:

    States should have extremely wide latitude regarding laws within their own borders.

    If one state wants to legalize things like marijuana, prostitution, gambling, etc then fine. Let them.

    And if a different state wants to ban all those things then that should also be fine.

    Over time people will naturally gravitate towards living in states which match their prefered values.

    TC

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The Rotarian Rovarian GOP will cave I guarantee it. The free market is dead. If gays go to a cake store that is forced to make them a wedding cake against their will they may get the “special” cake. I would go to get a cake that wants to cater to them. It seems just wrong. How far can the communists take this? What if someone wants to open a certain business to cater to a certain clientele? Agitators are agitating hard on this one for some reason.

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  29. doodahdaze says:

    Agitation. The agitators are agitating. This is what they do.

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  30. Chip Bennett says:

    I have no time or patience for idiots who can’t read, or who willingly choose to let others tell them what to think.

    I went for a drive somewhere over the weekend, and couldn’t tell if my olfactory nerves were picking up the sweet smell of fresh manure laid in a nearby field, or the human-produced excrement wafting over from the caterwauling idiots “protesting” downtown.

    Much ado about nothing. The perpetually aggrieved will move on to the next manufactured outrage soon enough.

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  31. bitterlyclinging says:

    Where’s the hand of David Brock, mediamatters, and by extension, George Soros, in all this? Supposedly, it was all hands on deck disproving O’Reilly’s claim that he was in the thick of the action during the Falklands War.

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  32. flaladybug says:

    The government may be able to force a private business owner to serve anyone, without discrimination….that DOES NOT MEAN you can come into my private business, PEE ON MY FLOOR, and tell me it’s raining and I must accept it!! I would SHUT ‘ER DOWN FIRST,!! JMHO 😉

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  33. TKim says:

    Amazing that groups of people who were treated so terribly can quickly go from wanting a pice of the pie to demanding the whole pie.

    Arresting a black criminal is not a Jim Crow. Politely telling a customer that one’s own deeply held Christian (or Jewish or Muslim) beliefs will make him decline to bake a wedding cake is not Stonewall.

    People of faith understand that America is a free country. We live in a nation where abortion is legal, the sex trade is flourishing, greed and avarice and theft is rampant, and society is rife with profanity and rudeness and anger. A person of faith tries to find shelter in the God he or she worships, tries not to become a part of the swirling eddy of narcissism and selfishness and often poisonous attitude that is modern American life.

    People of faith know that babies will continue to be slaughtered in utero, parents will choose hedonism over their children, children are bring sexualized, truth and honesty is rapidly becoming a throwback notion, traditional values are mocked with glee, and traditional marriage is no longer simply quaint to the progressive bullies but code for bigotry.

    If I disagree with or criticize a black person I am a racist. If I interpret my holy scriptures to mean I must recuse myself from an activity that makes me uncomfortable, I am a bigot.

    Why do the bullied have to become the bullies? Why in a nation where right now black kids are being abused and young gay drifters are forced into sex slavery, does the idea that a fraternity used the n word or an elderly woman declines to arrange flowers for a gay wedding so damn tragic?

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    • TKim says:

      I seem to interject abortion in most posts; I see it as the most outrageous anti-rights act of all time. Unborn women have rights. So do unborn black men and unborn homosexuals. If you care about the group you champion, stop killing them before they get the chance to take a breath.

      (The word unviable makes me nuts. A fetus cannot live without the womb! Yeah well, we have millions of able bodies adults in this nation who can’t live without a government check and no one suggests clinics where THEY are injected with saline and torn limb from limb).

      Sorry. My burden is for babies and little kids. I don’t give a furry flip about cakes and wedding flowers.

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  34. Swohawk says:

    It is obvious that the law of “Two Sides to Every Issue” has been repealed. It is no longer possible for people of good will to live in the same universe as someone with a different opinion. It just doesn’t work when only one side has good will. Total and complete polarization is not far off.

    Bonus comment: In the not too distant future, it will be a requirement for EVERYONE to BE homosexual for (at least) 15 minutes.

    Make. It. Stop.

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  35. Jonh says:

    Back in 1977, my youth pastor in Seattle told me that Christians would be persecuted in the US.

    I thought he was crazy.

    Turns out, he was right.

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    • TKim says:

      I was told that too. As well as anti Semitism being aided and abetted by the US government. I REALLY thought both things were wacky ideas. Now I understand that Godly men and women prophesy. As a teenager I couldn’t understand that. As an adult I pray every day for discernment, as many of us do. And to ask God to give me strength for the next event that will be on every news channel, as things seem to be surely speeding up.

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  36. QuadGMoto says:

    I was about to take advantage of an Angie’s List deal to save a couple hundred bucks when I learned that they’ve actively sided with the insane. Buh Bye, AL. No more money from me.

    It really, really annoys me that these people can’t even seem to register the thought that destroying someones life for holding a First Amendment protected belief is a problem, let alone evil.

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  37. Daniel G. says:

    So, let’s say there is a baker (who happens to be gay) who welcomes in (unknowingly) a member of Westboro Baptist church into his shop. The WBC member writes down on a cake template that he wants the message “God hates fags” printed on top of the cake. Under the liberals’ scenario, this gay baker could not refuse this service to WBC member because that would be “discrimination”. If they will admit to that, then I will stand with them in opposition to this law. That will never happen, so I remain intolerant of their bullying tactics.

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  39. Matthew says:

    Easiest way to end the media “uproar” over this law is to turn the issue itself back on them. Do the people against the law support forcing a Jewish baker making a nazi cake for a rally or a Muslim chef serving pork or carving an ice sculpture of mohammed? Just file some law suits when those test cases refuse service and watch the uproar for protecting religous freedoms.

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  40. LEE JAN says:

    If only Pence had the courage of Scott Walker. The disgusting rabble who filled the State House in Wisconsin were first class pigs. Walker did not back down, he didn’t waffle, and he didn’t offer to revise and extend his positions. Pence and Hutchison are weak kneed losers.

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