I dunno, I just think both options suck. Yeah, being able to refuse service to gay people could lead down a slippery slope, but so could heavy government regulations on private businesses. Both have crazy extremes that probably won't happen, but might. Jim Crow vs. Fascism.
I just think if a business refuses to serve gay people, in the United States in the 21st century, that business probably won't do too well. I think it's better for it to fail naturally than for the government to step in.
Lol what inane bull.
Jim Crow vs. Fascism.
I am flabbergasted.
(Also, sure, that shop would be gone in a week, just like that Tea Party which turned out to be a complete fad, that never gained any political traction.)
Super Duper Uber Mega Ultra Extreme
The bill was veto'd by the governor of the state and she said that the bill had "the potential to create more problems than it purports to solve.It could divide Arizona in ways we cannot even imagine and no one would ever want."
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