Indiana passed a law to prevent lawsuits targeting religious objection
Pressure and feigned outrage from the left wing machine causes Governor to walk back the meaning of the law
The mark of a free society is the willingness to tolerate intolerance
Liberals are the most intolerant of other peoples' intolerance
In a free market there is always someone who wants my business, even if someone else does not
I would rather get the intolerance out in the open, and just avoid that business
It looks like the Indiana gay couple were searching for a business that would object to participating a gay wedding
Why can't there be a business for bigots?
It doesn't hurt anyone but the business, because it narrows the customer base
The Governor can't stand up for what he believes
Why doesn't he just say that the law allows certain individuals to discriminate based on religion
A small segment of the community is holding everyone else hostage
There is some inherent hypocrisy - whom is it OK to discriminate against?
It should be legal to discriminate against anybody
Government should not give a license to do what they should naturally have a right to do
The government is extolling privileges on individuals that turn into weapons, frivolous lawsuits, and undermine our economy