Yes, Arizona governor Jan Brewer should sign legislation allowing business owners to deny service to gays and lesbians on religious grounds, because to deny them the choice is to prevent them from being able to practice their religion. A person should not have to be uncomfortable and make a wedding cake with two men on it.
I do not believe Arizona governor Jan Brewer should sign legislation that allows business owners to deny service to gays and lesbians on religious grounds. This kind of law is outlandish and shouldn't even be considered in the United States. Business owners who deny this population will probably fail to thrive, let them die on their own without wasting public funds.
We need a society that is more inclusive. The possibility that a Governor in the United States could be considering legislation which gives free reign to those who want to discriminate is truly astonishing. Governor Jan Brewer must be on the side of history and justice and veto any such discriminatory legislation.
No, I do not think Arizona's Governor should sign this legislation. This is not 1950. The world is changing. We will never go back to the way things "used to be". Businesses that insist on maintaining these discriminatory practices will not thrive long term. The Governor would be taking a very unpopular position by signing this legislation.