- Indiana passed a law to prevent lawsuits targeting religious objection
- Pressure and feigned outrage from the left wing machine causes Governor to walk back the meaning of the law
- The mark of a free society is the willingness to tolerate intolerance
- Liberals are the most intolerant of other peoples’ intolerance
- In a free market there is always someone who wants my business, even if someone else does not
- I would rather get the intolerance out in the open, and just avoid that business
- It looks like the Indiana gay couple were searching for a business that would object to participating a gay wedding
- Why can’t there be a business for bigots?
- It doesn’t hurt anyone but the business, because it narrows the customer base
- The Governor can’t stand up for what he believes
- Why doesn’t he just say that the law allows certain individuals to discriminate based on religion
- A small segment of the community is holding everyone else hostage
- There is some inherent hypocrisy – whom is it OK to discriminate against?
- It should be legal to discriminate against anybody
- Government should not give a license to do what they should naturally have a right to do
- The government is extolling privileges on individuals that turn into weapons, frivolous lawsuits, and undermine our economy
If You’re Not Free to Discriminate You’re Not Free – Ep. 67
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