Indiana Governor Pence Slithers as Big Business Pounces on Bigoted Racist Extremist Party


… by  Johnny Punish


lunch-counterToday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence held a press conference to clarify his infamous and notorious “Religious Freedom” law that was signed last week.

During today’s press conference, he asked for the legislature to send him new “clarification” legislation that outlines that businesses do NOT have the right to refuse service to anyone.

He also was careful and deliberate to point out the his law mirrors the Bill Clinton law of the early 90s.

In fact, he mentioned Clinton’s name so often in the speech I thought he was actually going to make Bill Clinton his running mate for President.

Clearly Gov. Bigot was trying to redirect critic by hitching his law and attempting to project it as a Democrat idea with the intention to diffuse any democrats who wished to take him to task.

Did his gambit work for you?

To me, what was hilarious is that, in his attempt at damage control, he again tried to hitch his bigotry to Obamacare saying that Obamacare is the cause for his law.

It was a far reaching pathetic attempt to rile his base again while trying to placate Big Business and the US and Global public who are watching him act like a shirtless drunk doing the Chicken Dance.

So what was this press conference about?

Well, first, he did NOT mention he would he reject his law but only to clarify.  And we don’t know what that means?

So let’s be very clear. No matter what Gov. Bigot in Indiana claims, Indiana’s new “religious freedom” law is clearly a ruse to allow businesses to discriminate against gay and lesbian couples. Such laws are popping up in right-wing legislatures in response to a wave of court decisions allowing same-sex marriage.

The good news is Indiana’s law has fueled a nationwide call for boycotts of Indiana from groups ranging from the NCAA to Apple to Angies List to and more – prompting even Indiana’s own Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Ballard of Indianapolis to disavow it.

And now Governor Pence, who signed the law last week, is looking for a way out. Today was his first attempt to wiggle out.  Are you buying his pitch?

To me, he he tried to middle it so he can shut up social media, calm down big business but still leave his “Immoral Majority Christian Wrong Party” as his base happy and intact ready to make sure he can remain a power broker in American politics.   Is it working?

In short, how long will these knuckleheads keep using names for laws that are the exact opposite of what they are about ie…”Religious Freedom Law”  “Patriot Act”  blah blah blah?  Just sayin’

cruz2Anyways, in short, Republicans are just too busy alienating everyone in America who isn’t straight, white, Anglo, and male. So I say a big NO!   They continue to live in a 21th century world trying to pretend it’s 1956.

They just don’t get it!

As for poor tar and feathered Mike Pence, just retire and go away because every time you try to dig yourself out of that hole, you fall right back in deeper and deeper.  America does NOT want Jim Crow, Nuremberg, or any other laws that discriminate. We’ve evolved and moved on.

So go away and retire.  Oh and take Ted Cruz with you because, like you, he loves 1950s bigoted racist pandering politics!

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  1. I thought laws regarding religious beliefs are blatantly illegal in this country!

    I dont have any problem with any store reserving the right to refuse service to anyone,
    I wish it were applied everywhere to “TSA” workers and more. it has nothing to do with skin color, religious beliefs, sexual preference or anything else like that. “open to the public” does NOT necessarily mean any-every jackass in the country who decides to stroll in.

  2. “Anyways, in short, Republicans are just too busy alienating everyone in America who isn’t straight, white, Anglo, and male.”

    I fit all four categories, have a graduate degree, work in a professional job, and feel completely alienated by the Republican Party of the last half century.

  3. It’s heartening the Indiana law offends the moral sense of the people, as well as their common sense. It was practically “tailored” to meet the claimed need of small business to cater to a “public,” defined any way a business wants. No one should have to live with the constant insecurity, which results from business establishments that have the “right” to refuse sales and/or service.

  4. This is a glimpse of what our world would be like if we allowed religion to influence public policy uninterrupted. Within a few years, “witches” would be burning at stakes, slavery would be legalized, and adherence to christian doctrine would be mandatory. Divisiveness and dogma is their product.

    Jaime Escobar up in FB,.. Thats what your grandfather said about my grandfather protecting blacks from your church.

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