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Mar 30 2015

Indiana Defends Religious Liberty; Keith Olbermann Goes Ballistic

Arrgghh! The incessant ill-tempered barking of the neighbors’ neurotic shih tzu is driving me nuts! Wait a minute — that’s no lapdog … it’s Keith Olbermann:

Here is what Queef has been yapping about this time:

On the day Republican Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed SB101 — the Religious Freedom Restoration Act — into law, ESPN host Keith Olbermann took to Twitter to call on both the NCAA and National Football League to no longer hold any events in the state.

Regarding the law,

Senate Bill 101 prohibits state or local governments from substantially burdening a person’s ability to exercise their religion — unless the government can show that it has a compelling interest and that the action is the least-restrictive means of achieving it. It takes effect July 1.

Although the bill does not mention sexual orientation, opponents fear it could allow business owners to deny services to gays and lesbians for religious reasons.

Despite continuing to pretend that they are victims so as to enjoy the privileged status of the oppressed, homosexuals have the whip hand in today’s society. They have exploited this by inventing a new sport: find a business run by devout Christians, demand they take part in blasphemous rituals that make a mockery of their faith, sue them if they refuse. Either the Christians betray their beliefs, or their business is destroyed by the authorities. Either way, the fun-loving militant perverts win. Bakers, innkeepers, and photographers are favorite targets.

Arizona’s legislature passed a law to put an end to this appalling practice, but our RINO Governor at the time did not have the guts to stand up to liberal bullies in the media who enjoy watching the sport from the sidelines, rooting of course for the troublemaking deviants against the Christian business owners. Fortunately for Indiana, Mike Pence is made of sterner stuff than Jan Brewer. He doesn’t seem to mind a few Queef Olbermanns nipping at his ankles.

BTW, despite over the top rhetoric from moonbats like Olbermann and Shrillary Clinton, Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act is virtually identical to the federal version:

The first RFRA was a 1993 federal law that was signed into law by Democratic president Bill Clinton. It unanimously passed the House of Representatives, where it was sponsored by then-congressman Chuck Schumer, and sailed through the Senate on a 97-3 vote.

In 1997, the Supremes “held that federal RFRA was generally inapplicable against state and local laws,” thus the need for state versions — not to oppress privileged homosexual thugs, but to defend what remains of the religious freedom guaranteed by the First Amendment.

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38 Responses to “Indiana Defends Religious Liberty; Keith Olbermann Goes Ballistic”

  1. CrushAllDems says:

    Man, I just wish that ol’ Queef’s papa had pulled out before this disastrous mistake was created…

  2. CrushAllDems says:

    Man, I just wish that ol’ Queef’s papa had pulled out before this disastrous mistake was created…

  3. Karin_A says:

    Stand strong, Indiana. You did the right thing. It wouldn’t have been necessary if the gay mafia hadn’t practiced extortion. Ignore all the squawing on twitter and the like.

  4. Karin_A says:

    Stand strong, Indiana. You did the right thing. It wouldn’t have been necessary if the gay mafia hadn’t practiced extortion. Ignore all the squawing on twitter and the like.

  5. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    I piss on that fag, er, flag, and Queef Odorman too.

  6. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    I piss on that fag, er, flag, and Queef Odorman too.

  7. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    The best part of him ran down the crack of his momma’s ass and ended up as a brown stain on the mattress.

  8. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    The best part of him ran down the crack of his momma’s ass and ended up as a brown stain on the mattress.

  9. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    What’s with that Twitter photo of him anyway? Does he still think he is two years old? He sure acts like it.

  10. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    What’s with that Twitter photo of him anyway? Does he still think he is two years old? He sure acts like it.

  11. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    “Simple fact: after Indiana enacts a law permitting prejudice against
    some of its customers, NCAA should pull Final 4 out of Indy. Right now.”

    Seems more like an opinion than a fact to me. It also sounds like Olbermann cannot tell the difference. Seen that before.

  12. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    “Simple fact: after Indiana enacts a law permitting prejudice against
    some of its customers, NCAA should pull Final 4 out of Indy. Right now.”

    Seems more like an opinion than a fact to me. It also seems like Olbermann cannot tell the difference. Seen that before.

  13. TruDat says:

    This law should be unnecessary in the United States. A private business should be able to deny service to any one for any reason!
    My sister kicked someone out of her business for swearing and a friend kicked a lady out of her shop for complaining about the prices. Neither of them sued!
    But then, neither of them belonged to a protected species.

  14. TruDat says:

    This law should be unnecessary in the United States. A private business should be able to deny service to any one for any reason!
    My sister kicked someone out of her business for swearing and a friend kicked a lady out of her shop for complaining about the prices. Neither of them sued!
    But then, neither of them belonged to a protected species.

  15. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    If anti-liberty progressives knew anything about free enterprise they’d realize that this paves the way for pro-sodomy, agnostics and liberalized Christian owners to score big time while ‘hateful, medieval haters’ go out of business. If so many support sodomite marriage, what’s the worry?

  16. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    If anti-liberty progressives knew anything about free enterprise they’d realize that this paves the way for pro-sodomy, agnostics and liberalized Christian owners to score big time while ‘hateful, medieval haters’ go out of business. If so many support sodomite marriage, what’s the worry?

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  18. TaterSalad says:

    President Bill Clinton signed the federal Religious Freedom Reformation Act (RFRA) in 1993, “some 19 states followed that, and after last year’s Hobby Lobby case, Indiana properly brought the same version that then-state Sen. Barack Obama voted for in Illinois,”

    1). http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/mar/29/white-house-hits-indianas-religious-freedom-law-am/

    2). http://weaselzippers.us/218922-shocker-obama-didnt-vote-present-he-voted-for-illinois-religious-freedom-reformation-act-in-1998/

  19. SNuss says:

    One question:
    Why would you want services or products from someone whom you have to force to supply them, especially food?

  20. SNuss says:

    One question:
    Why would you want services or products from someone whom you have to force to supply them, especially food?

  21. Son_of_Taz says:

    Reads like a good law to me, but then again, I’m a right wing hater……in their eyes.

  22. Eddie_Valiant says:

    Reads like a good law to me, but then again, I’m a right wing hater……in their eyes.

  23. Titan Mk6B says:

    So, olberdick has a beef with Tulsa?
    Someone should tell him that religious views are probably a little stronger there than in Indiana.

  24. Titan Mk6B says:

    So, olberdick has a beef with Tulsa?
    Someone should tell him that religious views are probably a little stronger there than in Indiana.

  25. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    He has no connection of any form of the male anatomy. Except to service one for favors.

  26. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    Count me in too.

  27. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    He has no connection of any form of the male anatomy. Except to service one for favors.

  28. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    Count me in too.

  29. MicahStone says:

    Dave: You know this….

    FYI: This GREAT Indiana law was modeled after Arizona bill SB1062. The Religious Freedom/Biz Protection bill. SB1062 would have GUARANTEED Religious Freedom (such as the Hobby Lobby SCOTUS ruling) for ALL Arizona businesses. But RINO (former) Governor Jan Brewer caved to the LGBTQ&F crowd and killed it. Hopefully, SB 1062 will be revived now that Brewer is gone and Indiana has lead the way back to religious freedom in America.

    It’s NEVER a GOOD THING to cave-in to the LUNATIC-LEFT (you listening: boehner/mcconnell?)

    For her pathetic display of cowardice, Brewer received the same award that ALL RINOs get…

  30. MicahStone says:

    Dave: You know this….

    FYI: This GREAT Indiana law was modeled after Arizona bill SB1062. The Religious Freedom/Biz Protection bill. SB1062 would have GUARANTEED Religious Freedom (such as the Hobby Lobby SCOTUS ruling) for ALL Arizona businesses. But RINO (former) Governor Jan Brewer caved to the LGBTQ&F crowd and killed it. Hopefully, SB 1062 will be revived now that Brewer is gone and Indiana has lead the way back to religious freedom in America.

    It’s NEVER a GOOD THING to cave-in to the LUNATIC-LEFT (you listening: boehner/mcconnell?)

    For her pathetic display of cowardice, Brewer received the same award that ALL RINOs get…

  31. o0Nighthawk0o says:

    not sure about that but he was promptly informed that Tulsa has the same law and has had for years.

  32. o0Nighthawk0o says:

    not sure about that but he was promptly informed that Tulsa has the same law and has had for years.

  33. Momster says:

    eewww

  34. Momster says:

    eewww

  35. bigpete says:

    Why should anybody give credence to a man fired from every position he has ever held?

  36. bigpete says:

    Why should anybody give credence to a man fired from every position he has ever held?

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