Arizona’s SB 1062

Posted: February 26, 2014 in America, conscience, constitution, first amendment, freedom of speech, homosexuality, Obama
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IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO CHOOSE WHO YOU DO BUSINESS WITH, THEN YOU ARE NOT RUNNING YOUR OWN BUSINESS; YOU ARE RUNNING THE GOVERNMENT’S BUSINESS. YOUR OBJECTIVES DO NOT MATTER; ONLY THE GOVERNMENT’S OBJECTIVES ARE RELEVANT. YOU ARE A SLAVE.

The underlying principle of the government asserting the authority to forbid businesses from refusing service for their own reasons is fundamentally unjust. You can tell by how selectively it must be applied. If the KKK decided to make things unpleasant for a black photographer by demanding that he photograph a cross burning, and tried to sue when he refused, they would be laughed out of court. But liberal-dominated courts will jump on every opportunity to put the screws to Christians, as when a court ruled that a Christian photographer in New Mexico must photograph ceremonies that she regards as morally repugnant. Militant homosexuals may actually seek out businesses owned by serious Christians, so as to rub tyranny in their faces and force them to betray their religious faith as in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado.

Why is the promotion of homosexuality suddenly so important to the government–media establishment? Because it is a means to an end. – Dave Blount, Moonbattery (more…)

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