After a bill recently passed in Mississippi allowing shopkeepers and providers of goods and services to withhold such services on religious grounds (i.e. not serve gays) another group has produced decals saying that they're happy to provide such services and won't discriminate. In the utterly twisted logic of the American Family Association a spokesman proclaims: "It's not really a buying campaign, but it's a bully campaign," he says, "and it's being carried out by radical homosexual activists who intend to trample the freedom of Christians to live according to the dictates of scripture." http://www.towleroad.com/2014/04/af...stickers-are-bullyi/comments/page/2/#comments So a business displaying a non-discrimination decal is "trampling the freedom of Christians to live according to the dictates of scripture? Excuse me but what exactly is offering to serve people they don't like doing to stop them from living according to whatever "dictates of scripture" they choose to follow? They got their way, they can refuse service to people they don't like but if anyone else offers such services it's encroaching on their religious freedom? I'm scratching my head on this one. Can anyone help explain this to me? (BTW I deliberately categorized this as "a certain kind" of Christian because elsewhere in the news, Christian groups are putting their weight behind measures which seek to further equality. It would be wrong to tar all believers with the same brush).