Monday, March 23, 2015

Here's A Question For The Heartland

The bill would allow Indiana business owners to refuse service to customers based on their religious beliefs.

Supporters of the bill argue the measure is needed to protect Indiana business owners from too much government control. Opponents decry the measure as legalized discrimination.
So, should I be unfortunate enough to find myself in Indiana (I assume it would only be following an emergency landing/crash, Indiana being the definition of fly-over country.) I can at least refuse orders from the police, search warrants, whatever? Because you can bet your infidel ass that The Holy Anti-Bourgeois Church of Anti-Fascism (Semi-Reformed) forbids anyone, anywhere from obeying or issuing any orders, ever. (Some restaurants/drive-thrus excluded.)

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