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  1. anthony says

    I just LOVE reading about the Republicans falling all over each other on this matter.

    ….and it’s going to make for a very interesting 2014 Election year………

    GLAD I live along with my Husband in CT.
    A GREAT STATE

  2. Hey Darlin' says

    “Religious beliefs can’t be used to stop anything the left wants to impose”

    First, no one’s imposing anything. We are fighting for our equality. Fighting to gain something we are ALREADY supposed to have under the U.S. Constitution.

    “unless they’re Muslim religious beliefs and then we have to honor those”

    It won’t help your twisting of facts much but we must honor all religious restrictions, once we begin. There are Muslim beliefs as well that could prove a hindrance to some one who might “have to honor those”.

  3. says

    Of course he knows what he’s saying is pure nonsense. It’s all about riling up his ignorant base and giving them what they want; he’s an entertainer, after all. Gotta play the greatest hits, which always include the word “Muslim.”

    Hilarious, though, to think of John McCain, Mitt Romney, and countless other Republicans as part of the mighty “homosexual lobby” bullying poor little Jan.

  4. says

    I live in Arizona. Pay taxes here. I went to Jan Brewer’s official website. She has this handy contact information, inviting you to contact her office. I sent her an email. I also called her office here in Tucson.

    That is how I bullied Jan Brewer.

  5. Mags says

    Rush is enraged the fear of “Muslim in Murika” is not as effective anymore. It ain’t working, no matter how much single-minded barking he does.

    People are just rolling their eyes every time he connects fear-mongering of Muslims with fear-mongering of Gays. They’re on to you Rush! Even the reddest of necks have realized that having Muslims or gays live down the street did in no way ruin the sanctity of their marriages.

    Not that he would know anything about the sanctity of marriage, the thrice married fool.

  6. says

    The Limbaugh rhetoric formula.
    Put in any information and the answer comes out ‘liberal media’ ‘left agenda’ & now ‘homosexual lobby’.

    ‘bullied by certain elements of corporate America’
    Love it. Limberger now attacking corporate America!

    ‘the nationwide drive-by media’
    I think this is the part that hurts him the most. The nerve of anyone to get their information from a site not under the control of conservatives. This is the future Limberger. Ship sailed while you were off looking for Viagra.

    What was the Wicked Witch’s line in OZ … ‘Oh what a world! Who would have thought you could destroy my beautiful wickedness.’

  7. 1♥ says

    RE:And then she’ll go back to being a “near criminal conservative Republican,”

    Oh, I wouldn’t use the word “near” when using the phase “near criminal conservative Republican,”

  8. anon says

    Sharia law has gotten some legal support in Canada and the UK, but certainly not in the US. The problem of honor killings (say in Detroit and Buffalo, NY) have been dealt with like other murder cases, often to the surprise of the convicted. Even in Canada and the UK, the law largely extends to things like divorce, some aspects of marriage and child guardianship and laws against blasphemy and “religious disparagement”, and hasn’t extended to criminal law. France has gone the other way and essentially banned overt Islamic religious expression.

  9. james says

    I support Jan Brewer taking her time to act on this legislation. It gives opponents of the bill more time to speak out. It also gives the supporters more time to look stupid . . . stupider.

  10. Mark says

    @James: I’m with you on this. The galvanizing and the strengthening of our position on this has been swift and strong. The longer it takes her to either sign it or veto it, the longer public discussion can continue.

    This is by no means our last fight. There will be others. With the publicity that has been drawn into this being as positive as it has been, a later fight may prove to be less difficult. Granted, all civil rights issues are different depending on the situation at the time, but to have this drawn out into the open that way it has been, the outcome could be better.

    I know, too much optimism.

  11. Ready says

    Please give me the real world example of where a Christian went to a Muslim owned business and was denied service. Can Fatso name the Muslim photographer who refused to photograph a Christian wedding?

  12. Bill says

    Did anyone else notice that at 2:55 PM PST, Feb 26, 2014 (and presumably earlier, and for some time afterwards), the title of the article was “Rush Limbaugh: Jan Brewer is Being ‘Bullied’ into Vetoing Arizona Anti-Gay Bill.” Meanwhile the first sentence says, “Rush Limbaugh says Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is being bullied into signing SB 1062.”

    So did Rush actually say the first, the second, or both (which would not be a contradiction if Jan Brewer is being “bullied” by both sides)?

    I guess I could watch the video to find out, but the thought of listening to that fat windbag is too terrible to contemplate.

  13. says

    I’m so sick of these jerks misappropriating the term “bullied” for any situation where someone disagrees with them. She’s not being BULLIED, she being LOBBIED. Something which is explicitly protected in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: “Congress shall make no law respecting … the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

  14. Bernie says

    I am not a fan of Jan Brewer and the idea Rush Limbaugh says she is being “bullied” is totally ludicrous…..even though I don’t normally agree with Mr. Brewer, she certainly has balls/spine and I don’t ever see her being “bullied” into a decision….

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