Bigotry or faith? Confusing and obscuring the issue is a tactic

Tammy Bruce notes that the assault is on the small guy, it is a tactic of attrition where victories over those less able to defend themselves sets precedent and defines the battlefield. It’s Why the veto of Arizona’s religious freedom bill is alarming – Houses of worship now vulnerable to ‘Gay Gestapo’

“Under these rules, freedom of conscience is squashed under the jackboot of liberals, all in the Orwellian name of “equality and fairness.” Here we are dealing with not just forcing someone to do something for you, but forcing them in the process to violate a sacrament of their faith as well. If we are able to coerce someone, via the threat of lawsuit and personal destruction, to provide a service, how is that not slavery? If we insist that you must violate your faith specifically in that slavish action, how is that not abject tyranny?”

The law of the land (U.S. Constitution – Amendment 1) is supposed to be:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Yet the campaign is tearing this to shreds. The new ‘state sponsored’ religion doesn’t have a solid name nor a formal church nor formal leadership but it does exist and laws are being passed to promote its establishment, prohibit competitors, and supress any objection to its practices.

Worried yet? You might be next.

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