Miller: Boycott Businesses That Don’t Discriminate

Gina Miller, one of the editors of Matt Barber’s new site BarbWire, is mighty upset that some businesses in Mississippi are putting stickers in their windows saying that they don’t discriminate against LGBT customers. In fact, the mere act of not discriminating against them prompts Miller to tell Christians to boycott them.

Even though those parts were removed, and even though no reference to “homosexual,” or any of the rest of the Alphabet Soup Perversity Brigade is mentioned in the legislation, homosexual activists are still waging war against the new law. Now, they have created window stickers for businesses that state, “We don’t discriminate. If you’re buying, we’re selling.” The sticker has a rainbow-colored line running through its center…

The truth of the matter is the exact opposite of how the Left portrays it. Christians are not refusing to serve homosexuals, but homosexuals are targeting Christian-owned businesses with demands that would force the owners to participate in the desecration of marriage, in direct violation of their conscience. When Christians politely refuse them, instead of going down the street to a willing business, they sue the Christians. These activists know exactly what they’re doing, and their goal is not to get a stupid “wedding” cake made for two men. No. Their goal is to use the courts to strip the rights and freedoms of Christians and any others who are opposed to the militant homosexual movement’s agenda, which includes the destruction of marriage.

The AFA published a list of Mississippi businesses that have signed on to place one of the anti-Christian, pro-homosexual stickers on their windows. Here’s the “If You’re Buying” site where you can also see the sticker and the business list as it’s updated. These are businesses you might want to avoid here in Mississippi, unless you’re in the mood to go inside and find out if they really understand what that anti-Christian sticker means.

Well yes, of course. If you go in there you might actually be in the same building with a gay person and you might get cooties or catch The Gay. That’s just good thinking.

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  • alanb

    When I try to follow the logic of “Christians are not refusing to serve homosexuals” we just want the right to not serve homosexuals, my brain hurts.

  • http://festeringscabofrealityblogspot.com fifthdentist

    And mother of delicious irony, according to FB friends from Mississippi Chik-Fil-A — at least some of them — is among those who have stickers.

  • Michael Heath

    Gina Miller:

    The truth of the matter is the exact opposite of how the Left portrays it. Christians are not refusing to serve homosexuals, but homosexuals are targeting Christian-owned businesses with demands that would force the owners to participate in the desecration of marriage, in direct violation of their conscience. When Christians politely refuse them, instead of going down the street to a willing business, they sue the Christians.

    [Heath bolded]

    Heh. Another example where one has to act themself if the wingnut is really this idiotically deep in denial or instead, cynically presumes her audience is. Another option is whether she and her audience perceive such a contradiction as a way to demonstrate her fealty to the Liar for Jesus® brand; where that assumes both her and her audience see dishonesty as a laudable trait when referencing the groups they hate.

  • http://artk.typepad.com ArtK

    @ alanb

    Any analysis on this topic is going to give you a headache.

    To me, the best response is “Go right ahead. Why don’t you start with Microsoft, Apple, Cisco, AT&T, Comcast, Time Warner and Verizon? They all got 100% on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index.” That would take these bigots right off of the ‘net and back to writing their screeds on paper and pasting them on walls. Not to mention communicating with each other by thumping their chests and screeching.

    It was very thoughtful of HRC to provide the bigots with a big list of who they should boycott.

  • Hercules Grytpype-Thynne

    It must be said: “Alphabet Soup Perversity Brigade” would be an excellent name for a rock band.

  • dugglebogey

    So the christians are polite and the gays are militant?

    In my experience, I find those communities to generally be the opposite. The christians seem to be militant, to the point they are demanding total unrestricted access to guns, where the homosexuals are looking for the right to get married.

    Which one of these desires seems polite, and which one seems militant to you?

  • Hercules Grytpype-Thynne

    … the militant homosexual movement’s agenda, which includes the destruction of marriage.

    Gay people who want to get married are trying to destroy marriage the same way women who fought for the right to vote were trying to destroy democracy.

  • busterggi

    I don’t have time for this non-discrimination = discrimination nonsence, I’m way behind in my not-collecting stamps for my not-stamps collection.

  • http://twitter.com/#!/TabbyLavalamp Tabby Lavalamp

    Wait a minute… Is she suggesting “economic terrorism”, something conservatives never do?

  • Crimson Clupeidae

    Ignoring for a moment the contradiction in refusing service:

    When Christians politely refuse them, instead of going down the street to a willing business…

    So these stickers are actually making it easier for the xians, since ‘the gheys’ can immediately skip their shops, but that’s also, somehow, persecution?

    I think I need to lay down, my head hurts.

  • anubisprime

    unless you’re in the mood to go inside and find out if they really understand what that anti-Christian sticker means.

    So it is anti-Christian to not discriminate!

    Meaning to be a Christian you must discriminate against minorities…fucking cowardly or what?

    What a truly nasty, petulant, vindictive, inadequate, worthless little shit they worship.

    They are not even bothering to pretend otherwise, desperation makes them careless sunbeam soldiers and Freudian slips are ten a penny recently, not convinced it will be a winning tactic for them in the long run, but it is fun to see them all implode from the sheer pompousness of unrequited privilege, and the asinine resentful anger that they are the being ignored by a godless uncaring world!

  • marcus

    When Christians politely refuse them, instead of going down the street to a willing business, they sue the Christians.”

    And if your town only has one pharmacy, gas station, or grocery store, and they refuse to serve you, then just get in your car and drive to the next town. You might eventually find a good Samaritan willing to help you out.. oh, wait.

    But for God’s sake don’t fucking threaten to sue anyone because that would be WRONG!

  • Alverant

    Gina Miller obviously hasn’t heard of “Big Earl’s Bait House and Galey Café” which kicked out a gay couple just for being gay.

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/05/29/gay-couple-kicked-out-of-east-texas-bbq-joint-we-dont-serve-fags-here/

  • D. C. Sessions

    Obviously putting up signage to tell people whether a business welcomes them (or others that matter to them) is Fascist. Or maybe Communist. Anyway, it’s absolutely not American.

    The American way is to let the market decide.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    To be fair, it is pretty bad that businesses open to the public are forced to serve the whole public.

    You know, that didn’t sound awful until I read it.

    Let me try again, but more on topic.

     

    To be fair, it is pretty bad that some businesses open to the public serve the whole public.

    That looks worse!

  • alanb

    To be fair, it is pretty bad that businesses open to the public are forced to serve the whole public.

    It’s a cookbook!

  • http://tailotherat.blogspot.com namowal

    Alphabet Soup Perversity Brigade!?

    If that’s a facebook group, I want to belong to it.

  • comfychair

    As everyone learned in skool, civil rights is a zero sum deal. There’s a finite supply to go around so if one group is given rights they didn’t previously have, those rights have to be taken away from someone else. More Socialist redistribution!

  • http://kamakanui.zenfolio.com Kamaka

    Christians are not refusing to serve homosexuals, but homosexuals are targeting Christian-owned businesses with demands that would force the owners to participate in the desecration of marriage in direct violation of their conscience. When Christians politely refuse them, instead of going down the street to a willing business, they sue the Christians.

    OK. We have a Bingo here.

  • noe1951

    alanb #16

    You deserve an internet for the Twilight Zone reference!