Stopping Discrimination Against Christian Americans, Arizona Style
Original post made by Chris, Happy Valley, on Feb 21, 2014
This bill resembles other bills that specify how nonChristians, by virtue of living in America, amounts to terrible discrimination against 'Merican Christians.
This is a great day for Arizona. A great day for America. No God-fearing, gay-hating person should be forced to sell goods or services to those whose beliefs and/or sexual orientations represent a grave threat to Christian America. (And, hey, it's fine and dandy if gays don't like it, because they have the right to live somewhere else if they don't like God's righteous, homophobic wrath.)
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