- Stupid, thoughtless, socialistic atheist types might view yesterday's veto of a "gay Jim Crow" measure by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer as a simple nod to pragmatism, considering the national outcry against the bill, which would have made it legal to refuse service to same-sex couples.
- But the far right knows the real score: Brewer is just the latest casualty of a national menace. As Rush Limbaugh put it, Brewer was "bullied by the homosexual lobby."
- Bullying is wrong, of course, and gay people really must stop picking on people with twice their rights. But the growing threat of gay bullies is only a small part of a far larger—heck, existential—problem. As Tea Party Nation's Judson Phillips declared, post-veto: "Tyranny is on the march!"
- America's historically oppressed Christians are once again the victims, as Fox News Business host Todd Starnes tweeted: "AZ Gov. Jan Brewer makes Christians in her state second-class citizens."
- Who could doubt now that the "Jihad of Sodomy," which anti-gay folks have been warning about for decades, is well underway?
- After all, Brewer's decision was just the latest in a dizzying series of gay-rights breakthroughs in recent months. Ever since the Supreme Court invalidated the Defense of Marriage Act last June, it's been one long slippery slope to Sodom.
- Why, just yesterday, some Jihadist judge decided to force Texas—Texas, ladies and gentlemen!—to allow those people the "special" right to marry—and to egregiously violate, as Rick Perry protested, states' rights that have never existed.
- Is nothing sacred? Now we've even got a gay guy playing in the NBA, and another one primed to demolish team morale and all sense of decency for an NFL team. The gays recently completed their takeover of the Boy Scouts. (And don't even get us started about those socialist lesbians-in-training peddling their deceptively sweet Girl Scout cookies to unsuspecting Christians.)
- Texas is just one of several conservative states, including Oklahoma, where courts have recently struck down bans on same-sex marriage. (Read the various judges's rationale here.)
Meanwhile, state lawmakers are succumbing to the gay bullies left and right, spelling doom for a spate of anti-gay bills similar to Kansas and Arizona's. Even Mississippi thought again before instituting Jim Crow II.
Heck, if this continues, freedom-loving Christian Americans may be left with only one viable option: move to Uganda.