“Porno Pete” LaBarbera, Tony Per-KKK-ins, and Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum Have The Indiana Religious Freedom Blues

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“Porno” Peter LaBarbera, in a press release published today by Christian Newswire. (Because no self-respecting news outlet would publish it)

“Homosexual activists and their sycophants in the media (e.g., CNN’s homosexual anchor – activist Don Lemon) are cunningly building upon their distortions of the RFRA to demand a pro-homosexual special-rights law in the Hoosier State. It would be the cruelest of ironies if the media-driven backlash against Indiana’s religious freedom law were used to push through a statewide ‘gay rights’ law in Indiana. Such pro-homosexual laws and corporate policies have been the engine driving PRO-LGBT DISCRIMINATION against people of faith for decades – all in the sweet-sounding name of ‘equality.’ Politically speaking, it seems bigotry is OK as long as it advances the ‘progressive’ agenda to impose mandatory acceptance of homosexuality and gender confusion on everyone.”

Family Research Council President and KKK Mascot Tony Perkins on FAUX News:

“What the governor did today, and Mike’s been a longtime friend of mine, but what he did is I think he emboldened his enemies and he enraged his friends. And there are people that are deeply concerned about the growing intolerance towards religious freedom in this country and they were very disappointed. There’s no question about it. However this language, this fix, we’ve still not seen it yet and there’s still an opportunity, I think, to salvage the heart and soul of what this religious freedom restoration act was intended to do.

Rick Santorum, speaking to some not-so impressed students at George Washington University.

“The only sensitivity training we need is to respect every person. Tolerance is the most misused word in the English language. Tolerance means you can say really horrible nasty things that I hate and offend me. That’s how we get along. You have a right to be mean — a right to be nasty to people. That’s how this country works, because we have thick skins and we aren’t offended.  Should a gay or lesbian-owned printshop have to print signs for the Westboro Baptists that say ‘God hates fags’? Should a Jewish printshop have to make signs for the KKK? Should a kosher deli have to serve non-kosher food? It’s a two-way street. Tolerance is a two-way street. If you’re saying that ‘your religious liberties are not as important as my — fill in the blank,’ then I’ve got a problem with that.”

Pardon me, has anyone seen my sycophants? I seem to have misplaced them. Oh wait!  There they are!

Will Kohler

Will Kohler is a noted LGBT historian, writer, blogger and owner of Back2Stonewall.com. A longtime gay activist, Will fought on the front lines of the AIDS epidemic with ACT-UP and continues fighting today for LGBT acceptance and full equality. Will’s work has been referenced in notable media venues as MSNBC and BBC News, The Washington Post, The Advocate, The Daily Beast, Hollywood Reporter, Raw Story, and The Huffington Post

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2 Responses

  1. As far as I’m concerned your religious liberties are confined to your church and your home.

  2. Bob in Chicago says:

    We all should get satisfaction in knowing that history will judge these people as bigots. This is quite a legacy to leave behind. Corporate America has come out in a big way against both Indiana and Arkansas and in favor of equal protection for all. Money speaks and money is on our side.

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