The Arizona Anti-Gay Movement

Now that the House and Senate have passed the anti-gay idiocy I have terminated business with a few companies I dealt with in Arizona. Until such time as they can find their voice they will have to do without my business. It’s that simple – any state decides to pass a law that says people can discriminate against the LGBT community it’s time to cut them off economically. 

So look at where your purchases come from – and if Arizona is among them let those vendors know that you won’t give them any business until they come correct. That includes certain doctors junkets that go on in Arizona. Cancel them. Deny the business in the state revenue. I guarantee the business community will call for repeal of the anti-gay law post haste. 

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3 thoughts on “The Arizona Anti-Gay Movement

  1. Christians in Arizona should be outraged that their religion should be used in such a way

    It’s important also to point out that the Christians and clergy that sanctioned the burning of witches in Salem also felt they too were merely demonstrating their religious values. The Puritans were a bit more robust in how they exercised their religious freedoms upon thee wicked womenfolk.

    To those who have managed to find a religious excuse for discrimination, the book of Proverbs has an excellent quote which should bring a blush of shame to the Republican Senators’ cheeks. The Bible says:

    There are six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers.

    For sowing seeds of discord by drafting such a shameful bill, the politicians in Arizona would, if this Biblical passage is anything to go by, be hated by God. Therefore, the devout Christians of that state have every reason to briskly escort these Senators out of their shops. It would just be exercising their religious values.

    http://nomadicpolitics.blogspot.com.tr/2014/02/controversial-arizona-bill-protects.html

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