Before we get too caught up in this, it's very important to note that there IS no law like this in Arizona. It was vetoed by the governor.
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Just another case where we have to bow down to a low life minority that want to impose their moraless life style on everyone.
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Yes, it will happen, but not soon enough. Eventually people will get tired of having their freedoms and rights stripped away by a power hungry government simply for one party to gain more dependent voters.
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Very well said Mr. Hess!
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I posted this morning at Have Coffee Will Write:
A feckin’ difference of opinion Andy? Really?
No, your bill was intended to pander to those in what you perceive as your ignorant and superstitious base. Your bill was intended to perpetuate that ignorance and superstition by appealing to irrational fears.
Three generations ago you would have sponsored a bill to protect the religious freedom and prevent legal ramifications for people who acted on their belief that exogamy and miscegenation were sins before their gods.
Four generations ago you would have sponsored a bill... for people who acted on their belief that African Americans bore the mark of Cain.
Fifteen generations ago you would have sponsored a bill... for people who acted on their belief that their gods demand that you not suffer a witch to live and added a rider on the bill to allow a tax break for firewood and torches.
You sir are an ass.
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