Skip to comments.Brewer veto not best part of anti-gay billís demise
Posted on 03/02/2014 12:01:36 AM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
It took her a few (maddening) days, but Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) did the right thing. She vetoed that horrible bill that would have made it legal to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people by claiming that doing so violated their sincerely held religious beliefs. But this sensible and just end isnt the best part of all this.
Never before have I seen such full-throated tri-partisan opposition to a piece of anti-gay legislation. By tri-partisan I mean Democrats, Republicans and corporations. That Democrats were against the measure was a no-brainer. That Republicans and businesses joined them to not only decry the bills passage bill but to also demand that Brewer veto it was remarkable.
Arizonas two U.S. Senators, John McCain (R) and Jeff Flake (R), urged Brewer to veto the bill. Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, did the same. Three state Senators who voted for the noxious statute changed their minds. In a letter to Brewer last Friday, the head of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council warned that the legislation will likely have profound, negative effects on our business community for years to come.(continued)
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I want Christians to go into all the gay-owned businesses and start making unreasonable demands for service.
How much decorating, floristry and steam baths do we need?
” By tri-partisan I mean Democrats, Republicans and corporations.”
Hmmm a partnership between business and government. We should come up with a handy word to describe that. Something about how we are strong when we are all bound together,,,, like how its hard to break a handful of arrows held together.
Its right on the tip of my tongue,,,,,
Rethuglican? Oh, and saying “tip of my tongue” to Jonathan is a dog whistle, just ask Chris Matthews.
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil...
Tri party? LOL. We’re under one party rule. McCain, McFlake, McRomney, et al, are no better than dimmiecrats. We definitely need a second party.
While I’m convinced that gay fascism is one of our generation’s greatest threats to freedom, I’m not sure this veto was bad. Having a law that codifies the First Amendment is a bad thing if that law is a lightning rod for court challenges and leads to further encroachments from a lawless Supreme Court. Simply leaving the silly question to natural law and human ingenuity may be the best option until the far left fringe loses their obsession with homosexuality. We have the power today to refuse service - we need only be creative.
A baker/photographer/artist cannot refuse service and give an honest reason, which is a shame, but decent people who refuse to endorse perversion by participating can still refuse service. They need only write the contract carefully to specify no penalty for non-performace if given a 24 hour notice and then gracefully and regretfully apologize at the last minute due to an unspecified but unanticipated problem.
The opposition to this Bill have committed themselves spiritually, and will be culpable before the Lord for their stances until such time that they publicly renounce their actions and seek absolution from sin. Until then, they are no more than pieces of coal in the box, waiting to feed the fires of HELL!
What a surprise... Unfortunately, he happens to be right as well. This bill was a stupid idea. You can’t codify moral behavior in this way - it always backfires.
The bill said nothing about homosexuals. It was simply an amendment to a 15 year old law.
It would protect gay business owners from having to cater to those they dislike intensely as well. Would you want the law to force a jewish baker to produce cakes for a neo-nazi rally?
You do realize that business people in several states have been forced by the courts to provide goods and services for homosexual marriages, despite their religious beliefs, right?
A perfect description of the uniparty. Democrats, GOPe, and large corporations...
All conspiring together against the people.
>> You cant codify moral behavior in this way - it always backfires.
I generally agree that change is a slow process, but yet the depravity was forced on us virtually overnight.
Incidentally, a bill to protect private property, as this bill seemed to do, is not a bad idea. It is a reaffirmation of property rights. Jan Brewer, afraid of PC nonsense and pressure, does not seem to understand that. This is the state that once had Barry Goldwater as its Senator who was principled enough to oppose the rotten Civil Rights law? How far that state has fallen. Maybe they’ll elect McCain for another term. The rino is running for one.
Anti-sodomy law is endemic to western civilization as well as laws prohibiting adultery. All of this was a result of the revelation at Sinai: That there is an infinite and personal G-d who created the universe and everything in it, including people. As such He has the wisdom, and the right to tell man when to have sex, how to have sex, and who to have it with. Until Sinai men did whatever they wanted at any point in time. The result was chaos and misery. It was the Sexual Revolution of the Torah that made an enduring and life giving culture possible. Before Torah the Romans would stuff themselves with gourmet food and then head to the vomitorium to throw up and run back to the table for more. Today’s sexual libertines engage sexually for maximum pleasure and utilize aboritoriums to throw the “product of conception” in a garbage can. The abuse of little children is absolutely inevitable once you leave the sex ethic of Torah behind. The “Progressive” movement is a conspiracy of ideas to forge a Global Culture in direct opposition to the G-d of Israel and His Law. That is why Israel must be destroyed. She stands in the way of their utopian dream of great economic progress and unbridled lust.
There is a practical solution. Salt looks just like sugar. Enjoy your cake!
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