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Stillhere

Absolem, if I had any ya yas I have misplaced them years ago, Isn't jaggar worried about breaking a hip these days?

Posted 52 days ago.

NasCarNut

sooooo, it seems bush3 has shifted his tone on the Indiana law...good move, but I bet some won't forget so easily...

Posted 53 days ago.

absolem

Now for some great news!!!! The Rolling Stones are coming to town this summer..it's time to Get Yer Ya Ya's Out!!!!

Posted 53 days ago.

absolem

Ah....old one-eyed dingy Harry Reid decided to finally be truthful once....got to love it...his lie was validated by the political hag Nancy "stammering" Pelosi. One P.O.S. vouching for another. Love the Deceitfulcrats.

Posted 53 days ago.

NasCarNut

A push for a constitutional ban on gay marriage in Indiana ended in failure but only after the Pence team tried to censor the opposition. When gay-marriage proponents posted their displeasure with the measure on Facebook, Pence’s staff simply deleted the messages. Initially, Pence and his staff said they just deleted comments that were obscene— but later fessed up to removing only the comments that disagreed with the governor’s position.

Posted 54 days ago.

NasCarNut

A lot of everyday people have gay friends, and they’re not afraid to call and/or e-mail you to tell you that,” Pence said. “To be honest, I’m still trying to process it all.”

Pence said that from what he has been able to gather thus far, the phenomenon of “ordinary folks” having gay friends “has been going on for years.”

“You could be walking down the street, and without you knowing it, this person is friends with gays and that person is, too,” he said. “It really seems to be pretty widespread.”

“It’s the darnedest thing,” he added.

ffs, this guy needs to get out more!!...

Posted 54 days ago.

absolem

"it has been publicly sold with deceptive claims"....sounds a bit like the healthcare law you support....whats the diff? you democrats have no trouble with using deceptive practices in your public and private lives...pft...not worth the extra f's.

Posted 54 days ago.

absolem

Yes... i read that in "The Atlantic" also.

Posted 54 days ago.

NasCarNut

The statute shows every sign of having been carefully designed to put new obstacles in the path of equality; and it has been publicly sold with deceptive claims that it is “nothing new.”  

Posted 54 days ago.

NasCarNut

There’s “nothing significant” about this law that differs from the federal one, and other state ones—except that it has been carefully written to make clear that 1) businesses can use it against 2) civil-rights suits brought by individuals.

Posted 54 days ago.

absolem

as individuals. Its enumeration of entities includes “a corporation”, without limiting this to closely-held companies. [2] The bill’s protections may be invoked when a person’s exercise of religion is “likely” to be substantially burdened by government action, not just when it has been burdened. [3] The bill also permits the assertion of free exercise rights as a claim or defense in judicial or administrative proceedings even if the government is not a party to the proceedings. The relevant governmental entity has a right to intervene in such cases to respond to the RFRA claim. A remedy under the bill is only available against the government; suits by employees or applicants invoking the law against private employers are precluded.

Posted 54 days ago.

absolem

B.S. on not even coming close and the fear mongering. from what i have further read, there are three inclusions that seem to be putting the crinkle in someones shorts. there is "ZERO" language that explicitly allows descrimination against anyone in the law. if i am not mistaken, i read the other day that those that fear the camel nose under the tent scenario have been successful in getting the Gov. to suggest ammending the law with explicit language that quells the worries of the gay and confused in society. either way here is commentary regarding the three differences..

Professor Friedman at the Religion Clause Blog. He identifies three ways that the Indiana RFRA deviates from the federal RFRA.

The Indiana General Assembly yesterday gave final approval to Senate Bill 101, the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act. (full text). The bill is broader than its Federal counterpart in several ways. [1] It explicitly protects the exercise of religion by entities as well a

Posted 54 days ago.

Stillhere

No no freedom is only to be applied to the politically correct groups

Posted 54 days ago.

NasCarNut

It's been a tough week in Hoosier~thanks to Gov. Pence...

he keeps comparing it to the 1993 law, which it is not even close to...

Posted 54 days ago.

absolem

smbhd

Posted 54 days ago.

NasCarNut

ffs, Pence says he's shocked at the backlash of this bill...

Posted 54 days ago.

absolem

so shall we take your criticism and mockery to indicate that you would deny others protection of their religous, or lack thereof, rights against their freely elected government?

Posted 54 days ago.

absolem

GOWP??? gibberish or finger slip?

Posted 54 days ago.

NasCarNut

Yep, the GOWP coming out in full force, lol...

Posted 54 days ago.

NasCarNut

Some of the GOP's top figures are backing Pence despite the controversy. Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio have voiced their support. Both are considered likely Republican candidates for the White House.

Sen. Ted Cruz, who announced his candidacy last week, is also on board.

"I'm proud to stand with Gov. @mike_pence for religious liberty, and I urge Americans to do the same," Cruz tweets.

Lol, I'm Shocked...NOT!!

Posted 54 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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