One Million Moms Blasts Angie's List For Criticizing Indiana Law
One Million Moms, the xenophobic group with a headquarters in the 1600s, has singled out and blasted Angie's List for having the gull to criticize the discrimination of LGBT people.
The befuddling email sent out Tuesday by One Million Moms reads:
Angie's List, the online service that provides consumer reviews of service professionals, publicly endorsed anti-Christian bigotry by opposing an Indiana law designed to protect religious liberties and freedoms. Last week, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) after the state legislature overwhelmingly supported it. Twenty states now have passed the law, with Arkansas and Georgia currently considering it.
The Indiana law is identical in all fundamental respects to the 1993 federal RFRA signed into law by President Bill Clinton after it passed the U.S. House unanimously and the Senate 97-3. Unfortunately, Angie's List has joined with thousands of homosexual activists (including lesbian Ellen DeGeneres) in opposing religious freedom for all people in Indiana.
Angie's List is a bully, plain and simple. They have chosen to bully the city of Indianapolis, the state of Indiana and Christians everywhere by financial intimidation and threats. TAKE ACTION: If you have an account with Angie's List, we urge you to cancel it right away in defense of religious liberty in America. Be sure to let them know why you’re leaving. Even if you don't have an account, send an email to Angie's List CEO Bill Oesterle. Let him know that his company's support for religious discrimination is an affront to Christians.
According to One Million Moms, if you're against the discrimination of gay people you're automatically for discrimination of Christians? And if you're against the bullying of gay people, you, yourself are a bully? This is easily one of the most warped campaigns from One Million Moms (and that's quite the achievement) we've seen to date. Maybe the non-sense spewed forth in this email is a sign that they're grasping at straws, a sign that religion-based bigotry has been put on the defensive because that archaic and inhumane way of thinking is on its way out?