From the post:
“In what circumstance, has government prohibited the free exercise of religion, in the state of Indiana, (or any of the other states where similar laws hold sway), that we need legislation, specifically enacted, to restore our lost religious liberty?
I ask because, the only examples anyone seems to be able to provide, involve bakers not wanting to produce confections for gay weddings. I’ve studied a great many religions, over the years. More, in fact, than I could easily name. And I have yet to encounter one where baking constituted an act of faith.”
I second the entire post.
So you’ve heard about the new law in Indiana, right?
I mean, it’s made the news here in Texas, where any news story that’s not about Texas had better be about sports, or it’ll be regarded with suspicion…, so it must be a really big and controversial story…, right?!
Okay, on the off chance that you’ve had your head buried in the sand, here’s the scoop.
A lot of people are very upset because the state of Indiana has just enacted a law which, it is claimed, allows business owners to refuse to serve homosexuals, if said business owner has a religious objection to homosexuality.
Another group of people have responded to that claim by saying, “nu uh!”
And yet a third group, is busy shouting “God Hates Fags!” at anyone who is foolish enough to wander into the comments section of any news story relating to this law, or…
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