Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Levin shreds the Left's mischaracterization of Indiana Religious Freedom law

'Cause somebody with a spine and knowledge has gotta!
TRS: Mark Levin opened his show talking about the Religious Freedom law in Indiana, defending Gov. Mike Pence and explaining what the law actually does as opposed to the moronic drivel being pushed by the leftists and the media:

Oh, and look...Obama voted for a law like Indiana’s long before Illinois had an anti-discrimination law for gays and lesbians! As a state senator, he apparently saw no controversy in protecting religious freedom. As did Schumer, President Clinton, the list goes on. Get it? Politics. It's only wrong if conservative Christians today want religious liberty in a hyper-politicized world where everything under the sun, EVERYTHING, is twisted and bastardized into a so-called civil right (what a disgrace to the actual Civil Rights Movement, but again, Democrats!).

Related links: RFRA Flip-Flop: Why the left now reviles religious freedom.
Gay Marriage Isn’t About Justice, It’s About Selma Envy
Indiana Story Is About Politics, Not Love
Mike Pence Can't Put Out the Fire Now
On Tuesday's Mark Levin Show: We have a new civil liberty in America: do what you're told or you're a bigot. The left uses every occasion and opportunity to lie, cheat, and deceive, and that is exactly what they're doing now with Indiana's Religious Freedom and Reformation Act (RFRA). The anti-religious fervor of the left is to the point where they will abandon the 1st amendment to impose their will. Sen. Chuck Schumer was a lead sponsor of RFRA in 1993 and Bill Clinton signed it into law, so that must make them anti-gay bigots by today's media standards. Instead of focusing on Schumer, Clinton, Ted Kennedy, Al Gore, and 19 other states that supported RFRA, they're going to gang up on Indiana.
And now Arkansas is catching flak from the Gaystapo as well...
NYSlimes: The Arkansas legislature on Tuesday passed its version of a bill described by proponents as a religious freedom law, even as Indiana’s political leaders struggled to gain control over a growing backlash that has led to calls to boycott the state because of criticism that its law could be a vehicle for discrimination against gay couples.
SIN doesn't equate to civil rights, nor righteousness. Sorry, but that's the reality of it whether anyone, straight or gay, wants to hear it or not.

Related links: Washington gov, Seattle mayor ban official travel to Indiana in wake of 'religious freedom' law
Governor Cuomo Bans Non-Essential State Travel to Indiana
Al Sharpton Compares Indiana Religious Freedom Law To Slavery And Jim Crow
Walmart to Arkansas gov.: Veto religious freedom law
Arkansas Gov. won’t sign Religious Freedom bill until CHANGES are made

ADDENDUM: On Wednesday, Levin reminds us of Madison’s original proposal for a bill of rights provision concerning religion. It read:
“The civil rights of none shall be abridged on account of religious belief or worship, nor shall any national religion be established, nor shall the full and equal rights of conscience be in any manner, or on any pretence, infringed.”

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