Religious leaders unite to oppose anti-discrimination law

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  • censured1

    A stark contrast to the Freedom Indiana representatives who do nothing but seek to divide and drive wedges between groups of people.

  • Larry Verrill

    This proposed law is some ones fairy tale that is turning into a nightmare…………The mayor wants more city income to finance his “visions”, and dreams of getting his hands on all those $5OO A DAY FINES along with the “Rainy Day Funds” the council has been guarding and which he will get his hands on when the new city council takes over in Jan. People who have been brought up to discriminate, no matter against who or what, will not be changed by a new law or by going to church, or by swearing to a few words of wisdom…..The fact that the above “Statement of Unity” is only signed by Christian Church Pastors stands out like a sore thumb.

    • fhs

      That isn’t remotely true-law has historically changed public perception over time

      • Larry Verrill

        That is right, but how much time……..

        • fhs

          um well history says in one example 30 years, and why is how long it takes super important, its about creating a better world for future generations.

          • Larry Verrill

            Between the birth of Christ and now, how much better has the world become???

  • We don’t need a law to protect people just this statement. If there is no discrimination then why is another opposed to adding the rights. if the signers have no plan to discriminate why not add the rights what are they afraid of.

  • Open-minded

    Discrimination is self-righteous and morally reprehensible. There is no place for it in the Age of Aquarius.