Whats amusing to me is minorities (who tend to vote democrat) overwhelmingly are against gay marriage. Its going to be interesting to see the left juggle this fact.
Whats amusing to me is this is common knowledge. Frankly it standard practice in activist circles.
Here is the link again: http://www.indystar.com/story/news/p...rfra/70729888/
But the Governor of Indiana was asked six times if private businesses could discriminate in Indiana and six times said, paraphrasing, "No Comment."
Maybe the point is it's always been legal to discriminate against LGBT in Indiana, so the law made no substantive change to acts already allowed except in a few jurisdictions in the state. So perhaps the big change is people can put a religious sheen on their acts of bigotry? Not sure. If so of course he can't say THAT, but he did say that he has no intention of supporting legislation that would protect LGBT in public accommodations.
But what's funny is right wingers are telling gays there's nothing to worry about. But the Governor goes on national TV and SIX TIMES refuses to confirm that message. Proudly anti-SSM/gay supporters of the bill sold it as a way to protect Christians from teh gays, and of course they now oppose any "clarification" of the bill that would protect LGBT. Those supporters were invited to positions of honor at the bill signing, and Pence votes with them 100% of the time. Is there any wonder why people ARE worried? All they did was listen to Pence and the anti-SSM supporters of the bill who tell us the purpose of the bill is to allow for at least some discrimination against teh gays and who now oppose "clarifying" the bill to make any protections for LGBT explicit.
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.