A writer for North Jersey
makes a good point about the persecution now being led by LGBT activists against Christians for not agreeing to submit to their twisted beliefs:
LGBT activists, government officials and judges who’ve told us, “Americans should be free to live and love as they choose without fear of government sanction” now insist everyone agree with them and celebrate it – or else. They are subverting the law and sending Christians “to the back of the bus” saying, “You can live out your religion in churches – but not in the public square.”
That is the very tyranny that the First Amendment of our Constitution was established to protect us from.
People inherently know this is wrong. In a July 2013 Rasmussen poll, 85 percent said they think a Christian has a right to turn down a same-sex wedding job. In fact, even those in the LGBT community who are honest know it is wrong if the same standard is applied to them.
Without a doubt, many of these fruitcakes would never cause the same problems for Muslim businesses, which only enforces the perception these LGBT activists are out to make trouble for Christians, and Judaists, the latter whom I'm sure they're willing to turn against too. So 1st Amendment supporters are going to have to start getting serious and help Christians and Jews whom these LGBT nuts are going after.
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