The Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law this morning in a private ceremony, and I for one could not be happier! For far too long, wonderful upstanding citizens have been forced to endure countless hours of agony thanks to the gay community. Business owners have had to sit back while the evil gays make purchases in their stores, then be wished a nice day before those awful gays return to their life of sin. Now, thanks to the savvy minds in Indiana, this is no longer a worry!
Business owners are free to kick out horrible lesbian couples, refusing to give them service because of who they choose to love. Yes, CHOOSE, because being gay is 110% a choice and definitely not a way someone is born. No longer will I have to go to my friendly neighborhood bakery and watch as two men DARE to hold hands as they leave after purchasing their muffins and donuts. Gay, pink sprinkled donuts, no doubt. Mike Pence has made all our dreams come true, and I’m so glad we are ushering in 2015 with this type of forward thinking!
And no, before you say it, this is definitely not a cheap way of allowing people to hide behind religion in order to discriminate blindly against people they don’t understand, lifestyles they wouldn’t want for themselves, or other things that don’t affect them personally. I’m not religious myself, but boy if I was, I would definitely use whatever interpretation of the bible I could in order to keep certain people at arm’s length. It’s not hiding behind God, it’s doing His work! Because if there was one thing we can all learn from Jesus, it’s that we are NOT all God’s children and definitely do NOT deserve equal treatment.
If Governor Pence didn’t take this amazing initiative, just think of what the great state of Indiana would devolve into? Gays would run rampant through the streets, frequenting businesses in their community like the rest of us and enjoying life’s little pleasures. They would likely demand that all local businesses cover everything with rainbows and glitter so they feel more welcome. Our children would be corrupted by the sight of a loving same sex couple who has the NERVE to go out on a day trip to do some shopping.
Some local businesses are protesting the RFRA by putting stickers in their windows saying “This Business Serves Everyone.” Clearly, these people need to find God. Equal treatment for all is not what this country is all about! In this day and age, we should be striving to move backward through time and return to the days where people were afraid of anyone who was different from they are, be it race or religion or sexual orientation. They don’t call them the good ol’ days for nothing, am I right?!?
Sure, Indiana may be losing Gen Con, as the popular money making convention wants nothing to do with such a close-minded state, but we don’t need those costumed weirdos anyway! The nice thing about RFRA is that not only can businesses discriminate against same sex couples, but they can also discriminate against other races, religions, tall people, guys with ponytails, you name it! Even if you think someone LOOKS gay, out the door they go! It’s brilliant!
Pence stated “This bill is not about discrimination, and if I thought it legalized discrimination in any way in Indiana, I would have vetoed it. For more than 20 years, the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act has never undermined our nation’s anti-discrimination laws, and it will not in Indiana.” See?!? This is not about kicking a gay couple out of your store to discriminate against them! It’s about kicking a gay couple out because God says they are wrong for being who they are! It’s totally different! It doesn’t legalize discrimination, it just says that it’s totally okay to discriminate if you own a business and don’t like the personal lives of the people who choose to come around you.
It’s a proud day for Indiana. Heck, it’s a proud day for the country! Hopefully someone comes along to address my marriage next, because God knows I was totally wrong for marrying outside of my race. And I also hope someone quickly holds an intervention for me so I can rid myself of every friend and acquaintance that isn’t 100% straight and proud of it. This return to the dark ages is something we should applaud. Thank you, Mike Pence, for signing this bill and making me realize how wrong I was all these years thinking that each and every human on Earth deserved equal treatment. Thank you for teaching my child and children around the world that being different is something that should be punished. Thank you for showing us that “separate but equal” is an idea worth returning to. Thank you for opening my eyes to the fact that someone’s personal and private lives involving love and companionship is something we should blindly hate and publicly shun. Thank you for showing me that I was wrong all these years I ignorantly assumed that I was doing the right thing by treating everyone fairly and openly. Thank you, Mike Pence. I applaud you.
Posted on March 26, 2015, in Crazy People, Life, Love, Money, News and tagged bisexual, different, discrimination, gay, gay marriage, government, indiana, lesbian, lgbt, lgbtq, mike pence, pros and cons, religion, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, transgender. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.