Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Interesting Quote: Barronelle Stutzman



We’ve always heard that same-sex marriage would never affect anyone aside from the same-sex couples who wanted to be married. But a judge recently told me that my freedom to live and work according to my beliefs about marriage expired the day same-sex marriage became the law in my state.

Our government is supposed to protect our First Amendment rights — freedom of religion and expression. But the government is telling me I can only be a faithful Christian within the four walls of my church. That’s impossible and it’s unjust.


Girl, bye

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1 comment:

Bob Slatten said...

If she hadn't become the poster child of the rightwingnuts, she might have ended up apologizing, paying her fine, and going on with her life; sadly, she wants to be the martyr for her ridiculous cause.

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