I believe in God. I also believe God. “Discernment is not simply a matter of telling the difference between what is right and wrong; rather it is the difference between right and almost right.” -Charles Spurgeon. Scripture is my authority for all things regarding to life and godliness. 2 Cor.10:5 We are destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God, and we are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
HYPOCRISY: LA Sodomite Bar Refuses Service To Anti-Sodomite Legislatures, Yet Liberals Attack AZ's Proposed Law Allowing Businesses To Deny Service to Sodomites
David Cooley, the founder of The Abbey Food & Barlocated at 692 North Robertson Blvd., has announced the popular gay bar will add any legislator in any state who votes for “bills to allow for discrimination against LGBT people” to a “Deny Entry List.”
In a statement, Cooley said The Abbey will also display headshots of each state representative who support bills on the security list, including Kansas House Bill 2453, Arizona Senate Bill 1062, Idaho House Bill 426, Ohio House Bill 82 and other similar proposals.
As Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer weighs whether to sign a bill that would allow businesses to deny services to gay customers, top national Republicans just want the issue to go away.
Proponents of the legislation — which Brewer has until Saturday to sign or veto and is reportedly leaning against — say the bill is designed to protect religious liberty. But many Washington Republicans see it as a political loser, giving the left another cudgel to attack conservatives as intolerant while motivating liberals and younger voters ahead of the midterm elections. It also threatens to widen the chasm between social conservatives and GOP operatives, who have become increasingly public in their support for gay marriage.
A bar owner in West Hollywood can deny entry to anybody he thinks is not sympathetic to LGBT issues, but a business owner in Arizona cannot lawfully protect and adhere to his or her religious views which are constitutionally protected. And the effort to make that bakery or any other business -- wedding photographer, wedding cake baker -- to force them to do business with people that they religiously object to, why, that's not bullying anybody. Why, no, it's just the way it ought to be.
Can we agree, ladies and gentlemen, selective enforcement of the law is wrong?
A bar owner in West Hollywood: you're not getting in here if you're not sympathetic to gay issues. Somebody bakes cake or takes photos in a business refuses when a gay couple walks in, then all hell breaks loose.
Rush Limbaugh sees the absolute hypocrisy of this too.
But again I say, the liberals won't DARE deny the "right" to religious freedom of Muslim business owners to sell something or to someone if it violates their Sharia Law. Nope, only conservatives/Christians get their rights taken away.
"RUSH ARCHIVE: She's being bullied by the homosexual lobby in Arizona and elsewhere."