Jindal Won’t Be Bullied
(1 min Audio Report – Faith2Action)
“We won’t be bullied into dumping religious freedoms.”
Those refreshing words came from Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who sent a three-word message to anyone who would try to get him to change his position on protecting marriage and religious freedom: “Save your breath.”
In an op-ed in the New York Times, Governor Jindal said:
“As a nation we would not compel a priest, minister or rabbi to violate his conscience and perform a same-sex wedding ceremony, but a great many Americans who are not members of the clergy feel just as called to live their faith through their businesses.”
He said, “A pluralistic and diverse society like ours can exist only if we all tolerate people who disagree with us,” adding, “That’s why religious freedom laws matter.”
Ben Johnson, “Gov. Bobby Jindal: ‘We Won’t Be Bullied Into Dumping Religious Freedoms,” LifesiteNews.com, April 29, 2015.
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