Freeqo Reports 3 28 16From Freeqo- Thanks to pressure from outside groups, like the pro-zombie Gaystapo, aka the Gay Mafia, and it’s satellite state, the NFL, the Governor of Georgia will be vetoing a bill that would prevent the gastapo from running roughshod over Christian businesses in Georgia, as they’re now likely to do..

Whatever your feels about this, the fact of the matter is this, the NFL gets a big chunk of its money to build those multi-million dollar stadiums from governments, including this very Georgia government.  The NFL, using the stadium that taxpapers helped build in Atlanta as a weapon, strong armed a government into shooting down basic freedom of religion protections for Christians, because their masters, the gastapo, wanted it to happen that way.

This whole tactic is about further weakening your right to freely associate with who you seek to associate with, no matter what ‘society’, as defined by the state, deems is the appropriate associations to make.  They mean to prevent us, ultimately from being able to exclude the pro-zombie agents from among our ranks and also prevent us from being able to connect with and form up together as the zombie-fighting army we are becoming.  Here is the article.

 

From AJC

by Greg Bluestein

Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed the “religious liberty” bill on Monday that triggered a wave of criticism from gay rights groups and business leaders and presented him with one of the most consequential challenges he’s faced since his election to Georgia’s top office.

In a press conference at the state Capitol, Deal said House Bill 757 doesn’t reflect Georgia’s welcoming image as a state full of “warm, friendly and loving people” – and warned critics that he doesn’t respond well to threats of payback for rejecting the measure.

“Our people work side by side without regard to the color of our skin, or the religion we adhere to,” he said. “We are working to make life better for our families and our communities. That is the character of Georgia. I intend to do my part to keep it that way,” he said. “For that reason, I will veto HB 757.”

The two-term Republican has been besieged by all sides over the controversial measure, and his office has received thousands of emails and hundreds of calls on the debate. The tension was amplified by a steady stream of corporate titans who urged him to veto the bill – and threatened to pull investments from Georgia if it became law.

 

Live and let live is our battle cry, not live as we want you to live, and sell to who we want you to sell to, and marry to who we want you to marry.  Not until the zombies and their pro-zombie agents have had their power to meddle in our lives removed will we as a people that stand against the zombie infestation truly be free.

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