This so-called "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" was signed yesterday by Indiana's governor Mike Pence who don't deserve to run for any kind of office whether it's for President or for the Senate if he's going to be that bigoted. Bigots, especially the likes of Pence, should never, ever rule the governor's office or any other kind of office! Heck. This kind of ordinance would allow criminals to get away with any kind of crime they commit on religious grounds. It will allow public places to do things reminiscent of the 1950s' and 60s' where blacks are segregated to the outside area while whites can easily enter into places where the sign reads "Whites Only". That ordinance is no different than that of the 1935 ordinance passed in Nazi Germany that allows people to heavily shun and discriminate against Jews called the Nuremburg Laws. Hitler made sure that the law are part of the first phrase of his divious plan to exterminate the Jewish people from all parts of the world. The so-called "religious freedom" ordinance signed yesterday is no different than that of the Nuremburg Laws.
I'm glad to see that many people living in Indiana, religious or not, are boycotting the ordinance. A lot of people are taking a stand against the Law from the NCAA to Salesforce.com who decided to cancel all business programs to protest against the Law.
Today we are canceling all programs that require our customers/employees to travel to Indiana to face discrimination. http://t.co/SvTwyCHxvEAnd I hope to God that The Vanderbilt Music Company in Bloomington, Indiana will also take a stand against that disgraceful law and allow people whether gay or straight to come in and check out their wonderful harps, music, and accessories! In fact this is the place where they have the best selection of harp strings to choose from from non-tarnish wire strings to the more economical types of nylon strings. I've ordered strings from them before and I hope to continue to do so as long as they welcome everyone to their store no matter who they are.
— Marc Benioff (@Benioff) March 26, 2015