Liberal hypocrisy on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act

When Bill Clinton passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act 1993, the left loved it. Minorities like Muslims, Sikhs and Native Americans used it to win the right to carry out certain religious practices specific to their faiths.

But suddenly a similar bill in Indiana is creating a furor.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Because they hate Christanity and NO OTHER RELIGIONS.

    • And Christians won’t chop their heads off.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Seemingly, that would give us a tactical advantage, but I just can’t find the scriptural basis for Christain beheadings.
        We could however do other things to scare the crap out of them that would be perfectly legal, until it started working, then they would make it illegal.

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      • BillyHW

        But they might not bake you a cake.

  • Everyone Else

    Can a Christian T-shirt maker be forced to make T-shirts for an ISIS group that wants shirts saying “kill non-Muslims”?

    Can a Muslim bakery be forced to make a pornographic wedding cake for a gay marriage?

    Can a Jewish Cantor be forced to sing at a gay wedding.

    Can a business be forced into a contract with a customer, if the customer claims what they want is for a religious reason? In other words, Does a religious request for a product or service trump any kind of unwillingness?

    The purpose of the Indiana law was to weaken the automatic tyranny of religious request, by allowing the unwilling to make a case before a judge.

    It’s not okay to refuse to sell cakes for someone’s gay wedding, but it’s also not okay to force a baker to make and bring special cakes to a gay wedding ceremony.

    The anti-Christian gay mafia wants to be able to command the unwilling to cook, and sing, and dance and clean for their weddings.

  • Tom Forsythe

    Shouldn’t equality mean that one group doesn’t get to boss another group around?

  • SDMatt

    Gay Rights Jihad

    That’s why they’re known as al Gayda.

  • BillyHW

    They never believed in the Religious Freedom Restoration Act or the Defence of Marriage act. It was all just a ruse to get the frog to stay in the pot of heating water a little bit longer, until it would be too late to jump out.

    And even though it was so blatantly transparent, women voters ate it all up.

  • warrenzoell

    “Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice
    and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same
    way they persecuted the prophets who were before you. –
    Matthew 5:11

  • SMC_BC

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