Ron Paul got a lot of grief from support from right wing hate groups. That was unfair - you can't pick your supporters. But if he had invited them to the stage in a speech, then he's embraced them and their views. Sorry but that's how it works.
And give me a break - Pence has a 100% or 0% rating on just about any issue involving rights for LGBT. We know he doesn't care a thing about protecting them, he opposes extending a statewide protection to them against discrimination, opposes SSM, supported a Constitutional amendment to prohibit SSM, supported DADT. He's got a record, and those supporting the bill are his buddies, his core supporters, and he's supported them with perfect records on issues important to him.
You're asking people to ignore this context. It's ridiculous.
The Governor did not pass the law. The legislature did. All he did was sign it. Pence is taking the heat, because that's what a true leader does, and what Truman meant when he said "the buck stops here." Clinton signed the original years ago, and took credit for it, and other States have also adopted the original. Why the ruckus in Indiana at this time? It does look like a deliberate diversion from other problems to many people, since this law was meant to include everyone, and not to exclude anyone, as it was portrayed to be in Indiana by a group with an agenda. Will adding a line specifically mentioning certain groups make everyone happy now? Sheesh!
Not if you are a 'Christian'. If that were your attitude, you would still be loved. Fathers love their children unconditionally. But you would still be judged by your actions.
Your rhetoric about Christ is laughable. You attempt to pimp out Christ for your cause...and you want to talk about disgraceful?
Go forth...and sin no more.
I still love you.
sin no more.