Sickening to see the photo of the religious zealots all stood around the governor signing into law the right for people to discriminate against others (gay, lesbian, trans-gender) based purely on religious dogma.
If religious people want those freedoms then the can't have it both ways - they cannot complain if *they* are discriminated against.
"Sorry, we don't like Zionists, get out". "Oh, it's some special mass and you can't work your shift? You're fired!".
It seems that allowing any discrimination means you need to allow all. If that isn't what people want or would like then they need to get over their judgmental attitude.
The irony is that the people who pushed so much for this profess to follow the founder who preached precisely against it. Funny how claimed followers of Christ are typically the most un-Christian people.
I think everyone should boycott Indiana.