I get the funny feeling that Republicans know they are on shaky ground right now election-wise so they’re pulling out all the stops, determined to fuck as much shit up as they can in an effort to please their radical base. Once upon a time, conservatives rarely had the courage of their convictions to curtail abortion rights and crush civil liberty.
That’s all over now. These dickless wonders are passing as much legislation as they can to ruin the lives of women and people who have fluid roles of gender and who are attracted to the same sex. That’s a fancy way of saying “whores and faggots”because of their failure to distinguish a fetus from a person and a G from a T.
There’s no excuse for it. For the first time in America’s history, it is OK to come out and say “I am not heteronormative and I’m proud of it.” But these fucking shitty-ass hypocritical Christians want to make everyone as miserable as they are. And they’re legislating the denial of the Skittle-flavored world we are now living in. Even couples who fuck outside of marriage don’t escape their sights:
The bill, which states it “protects religious liberties” of those who would usually assist with same-sex weddings, such as photographers, pastors and wedding-related businesses, garnered national attention as Bryant’s decision loomed. The law goes into effect July 1.
“This is a bill that really does not discriminate against anybody,” said Rep. Andy Gipson, R-Braxton and co-sponsor of the bill. “Any same sex couple that wants to get married or whatever, they can do that. If you have a sincere religious objection to it, you can politely say, no I can’t do that without facing the fear of punishment by state government.”
What that means is that almost any imaginable form of discrimination against same-sex couples, people who identify as transgender, or anyone who has had non-marital sex is now protected behavior under the law, so long as the discriminating individual has a “sincerely held religious belief or moral conviction.” Most notably, this includes shelter provided by religious organizations, any form of pro-LGBT counseling or medical support, any employer’s dress code or bathroom regulations, and any business related to the recognition of any marriage.
Enough already. Update the Civil Rights Act. Because we need to protect people from these discriminatory fuckballs. It’s the same damn thing as stopping blacks from being served at the lunch counter.