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Friday, February 26, 2016

"The Blue Plate Special is a privilege, not a right."

Tony Perkins, the head of the all antigay, all the time Family Research Council- which also used to employ Josh Duggar, who trolled adultery websites on FRC computers in between getting selfies with all the Republican presidential candidates- is upset at the live-and-let-live attitude expressed by Governor Kasich: that if you are in business, you sell to whoever walks in, not just the ones you interrogate to ensure they meet your moral standard.

Here's what Perkins said:
"In the meantime, no one is suggesting that any person — homosexual, divorcee, or adulterer — be denied service at a sandwich or cupcake shop, hotel room, or anything else. That’s a convenient — and patently false — line of the Left."
Actually, that's exactly what North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory is calling for the legislature to enact, to overturn a Charlotte ordinance banning those acts. There was testimony that such tings do, in fact, occur in Charlotte, and vocal testimony by those who want to be guaranteed the right to keep doing it. In fact, the Speaker of the House is thinking about a special session of the legislature, just to make Charlotte business-friendly to the likes of Aaron and Melissa Klein of sweetcakes by melissa .

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