Friday, April 3, 2015

Indiana and Arkansas Religious Freedom changes just window dressing....

The changes in Indiana and Arkansas weren't even close to changing these discriminatory "religious freedom" acts. Check out the comments from Dan Savage, and Sarah Warbelow of the Human Rights Campaign, as they dissect the meaningless changes. You have to wonder why so many opponents of this law are now satisfied:

Wolf Blitzer interviewed war crazy Senator Tom Cotton, where Cotton said "in Iran, they hang you for the crime of being gay." Gee, thanks Tom (notice how he said it was a crime). Cotton was asked his reaction to the law in Arkansas, and responded, "well in Indiana, we believe in religious freedom." Blitzer interrupted and said "everybody believes in religious freedom." Nice one Wolf:

Wisconsin has its own religious freedom bill waiting in the wings...ever get the feeling Republicans states over a short period of time will all look the same and have the same one size fits all right wing set of laws? I guess that's somehow different from those "intrusive" one size fits all federal laws?  WISC and Jessica Arp:

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