Indiana’s proposed new law must die on the vine in the name of human dignity. 

Posted: March 28, 2015 in My moral code, On Compassion, Politics, Science and Religion
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I would speak out against any law that allowed someone to refuse service to a woman because their religious belief is that women should stay at home.

I would speak out against any law that allowed someone to refuse service to a black person because their religion taught white supremacy.

I would speak out against any law that allowed someone to refuse service to a Jew because their religion taught that we killed Christ.

I would speak out against any law that allowed someone to refuse service to an atheist because their religion taught the were not “saved”.

Today I speak out against the proposed Indiana law that would allow someone to refuse service to a gay couple on the malicious, homophobic, bigoted premise of “religious freedom”.

How dare you twist the glory of the United States Constitution to meet your bigoted, fundamentalist, misrepresentation of both scripture and original intent. You throw both the holy Bible and the great American testament to human equality onto the bonfire of hatred and we should, none of us, tolerate your wickedness. Long ago our ancestors sacrificed humanity to the notion of compromise  with the blatantly evil “Three-fifths rule”. It took forever to rid our nation of that heresy. There must never again be a 3/5 rule, a 1/5 rule, a 1/10000 rule in American jurisprudence. There must be NO MORE COMPROMISE. Religion, above all else must never stand in the way of love, acceptance, and diversity.

There must only be mutual respect!

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