I am sure you have heard about the decision which was made in Indiana last week. Indiana lawmakers had the good sense and courage to approve a law that upholds the Bill of Rights and allows Christians to behave according to the dictates of their biblical opinions without running afoul of the law. The new law is called the "Religous Freedom Restoration Act." The mere fact that the law refers to religion as something that needs to be restored is telling, don't you think? Under the terms of the new law a Christian business owner may "use (his) faith as a reason to refuse service to customers, including same-sex married couples." The reaction of the God-hating world to the new law has been entirely predictable. They are outraged.
This article describes the reaction of Hillary Clinton and Miley Cyrus, among others to the announcement. Hillary tweeted, "Sad this new Indiana law can happen in America today. We shouldn't discriminate against ppl bc of who they love." Miley was more direct. She posted a comment to Instagram (I don't know what that is) that featured a pornographic picture of herself with the following, unedited, comment to the Indiana Governor, "You're an asshole @govpenceIN ✌️-1 cc: the only place that has more idiots that Instagram is in politics @braisoncwukong
thank you for standing up for what is right! We need more strong
heterosexual men fighting for equality in both men and women! Why are
the macho afraid to love muchoooo?!?" Are you as concerned for the welfare of the Socialist Democracy of Amerika as I am? I am barely able to translate the insane ramblings from the air-headed Miley but I think she is upset at the decision of the Indiana legislature. That means that both Miley and Hillary agree on the issue. That is downright scary. What do you think? Is it time to start the rumor that Miley is going to be Hillary's running partner in 2016? I think they would make a wonderful King and Queen.
Other moral pillars of society found among the ranks of Hollywood celebrities weighed in on the issue. George Takai, the militant heterophobic of former Star Trek fame, wrote this, "Outraged over Indiana Freedom to Discriminate law, signed today. LGBTs aren't 2nd class citizens." No George, LGBTS are not 2nd class citizens. In the SDA they are granted most-privileged citizen status. The only second class citizens that exist in this immoral land today are Christians. Christians are not permitted to behave according to the dictates of their theological positions. Christians are expected to suppress the expression of their beliefs about the moral law of God revealed in the Bible while, at the same time, LGBTs are permitted and encouraged to spew forth a never ending stream of hate-filled comments about Christians and the God they serve. Christians can have the law of this disgusting land used against them to force them, against the moral dictates of their own consciences, to engage in behaviors that are morally repugnant and highly offensive to them but George does not give a rip about that. Yes George, there are second class citizens in the SDA, but you and your ilk are not members of that class.
A very large crowd of God-hating reprobates gathered at their church building last weekend to protest the moral actions of the Indiana legislature and Governor. In case you are not aware, the church building for all state-worshiping reprobates is the local statehouse. Anytime an evil louse wants to shout forth in support for his cause he will gather with like minded idiots at the building where their deities gather to make law. I can scarcely drive by the Colorado statehouse without seeing some worshipers gathered outside, holding signs and placards and shouting slogans in support of their gods. It is always a disgusting sight but, unlike the LGBT crowd, I don't call for the uniformed thugs to come and suppress it. They are free to worship their idols in peace.
According to an AP article about the gathering in Indianapolis, "The crowd on Saturday, for which police did not have an exact estimate, chanted 'Pence must go!' several times and many people held signs like 'I am pretty sure God does not hate anyone' and 'No hate in our state.'" I am not sure where the nitwit holding the sign speaking for God got his information but I do need to set him straight. Here is what God has to say about the issue, "Or do you not know that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived, neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, shall inherit the kingdom of God." In another place God says, "Jacob I loved but Esau I hated." It is hard for me to see how it can be that God does not hate anyone in light of what God has told us about the issue. It seems pretty clear from the Bible that God hates a fair number of people and it is equally clear that His hate for them will issue forth in a rather serious future judgment if they do not repent of their evil deeds today.
Various business magnates have also come forth with their condemnations of the new law. Good for them. Everyone should be entitled to speak his mind and declare what he believes to be true. Free and open speech gives God the opportunity to gather sufficient evidence to condemn millions to Hell. I am in complete favor of it. On the other hand, why CEOs who operate their businesses in other states should consider it to be any of their business what takes place in Indiana is not explained. Why anyone not subject to the new law should be given an audience to comment upon it is not described. Why any of us should care about what anyone besides a citizen of Indiana thinks about the new law is not elucidated. Frankly, I don't see why this is any of our business.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has weighed in on the issue. He has released numerous statements condemning the new law in the most powerful terminology he can use. He has promised to use the economic strength of the Apple Corporation to punish the citizens of Indiana for their sins. Cook is one of the best examples of a hypocrite available on the topic of discrimination. You would think that for all his talk about non-discrimination and inclusiveness that he would be sympathetic towards Christians. Nothing could be further from the truth. Cook hates Christians with a passion and he uses his corporation to discriminate against them on a daily basis. Don't believe me? Check out this article for the proof. Cook bans "aps" (I have no idea what those are) that have Christian themes and advocate historic Christian doctrines. How does that not constitute the exact same sort of discrimination he so vehemently hates in the new Indiana law? I guess logical consistency does not matter when one's god is being attacked.
I only have one thing left to say.......Clinton/Cyrus in 2016!