By Jami Smith
Originally published on Advocate.com February 25 2014 5:39 PM ET
Gov. Jan Brewer sure is taking her sweet time to decide whether to veto a bill that would allow Arizona businesses to discriminate against LGBT citizens under the guise of religious freedom. She has until Friday to take action before the bill becomes law. Maybe these tweets will help her make the right choice.
What I bet many of the good people of Arizona are feeling. pic.twitter.com/nAaItjGEcM
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) February 24, 2014
So basically the Arizona legislature is a collection of Archie Bunkers without the laughs.
— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) February 22, 2014
"I can't hand a latte to a homosexual, Jesus never handed a latte to a homosexual." - Arizona Resident
— Elayne Boosler (@ElayneBoosler) February 22, 2014
Just typed JESUS and my phone auto-corrected to TELL ARIZONA I DON'T HATE GAY PEOPLE.
— Denis Leary (@denisleary) February 25, 2014
On the bright side of this whole gay bill, if you're an Olympian returning home to Arizona, it will still feel like Russia.
— Michelle Wolf (@michelleisawolf) February 22, 2014
Welcome to Arizona. Where we put your Kinsey scale rating on your driver's license.
— LOLGOP (@LOLGOP) February 23, 2014
Today in 1863, Arizona was organized as a territory. And by "territory," we mean, "a bunch of idiots who hate gays and immigrants."
— Disalmanac (@Disalmanac) February 24, 2014
Arizona: where, despite the fact that we're #48 in education, my legislature decides our most pressing issue is whether gays can buy stuff.
— Fun_Beard (@Fun_Beard) February 25, 2014
Arizona seems like a great place to live in 1874.
— andy lassner (@andylassner) February 25, 2014
If Arizona passes that anti-gay bill I don't know where I'm going to go for my decorative, sun-bleached cattle skulls!
— Chris Regan (@ChrisRRegan) February 25, 2014