Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Annals of Unintended Consequences

Mississippi’s new law enshrining anti-gay bigotry also allows discrimination against straight people who lust in their hearts and act on it with other body parts.

The legislation, HB 1523, promises that the state government will not punish people who refuse to provide services to people because of a religious opposition to same-sex marriage, extramarital sex or transgender people. [Emphasis added.]

Which means that the good people of Mississippi could refuse service to their next-door neighbor, Governor Bentley of Alabama.

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  1. And yet women are allowed to go out in public without a male relative in attendance and can drive a car in Mississippi. So it’s really not Saudissippi after all. Just sorta . . .

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