Pharmer, an Indiana resident, has long known that Indianapolis has gone leftie (down the tubes) in many different respects.
There’s a backlash against an Indy bakery for refusing a special order from a gay activist group to make rainbow cookies to celebrate National coming out day at the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus.
David Stockton, who deserves your mail-order business, turned down the job, saying that he didn’t feel comfortable supporting the gay cause because of the example it might give to his two daughters.
There has been a push to use an anti-discrimination law to have Stockton’s business, Just Cookies, evicted from his long -held location.
Just Cookies, 222 E Market St. #43, Indianapolis, IN 46204-3374, Phone 317-634-4456.
If you want professionally made cookies, bring your business to the Stocktons. Maybe they’ll make enough to move out of the city, and start up a big, booming, mail order business. Indy doesn’t need their tax money anyway.
And here’s the Dan Webster statement which was used to launch this extremely dishonest attack ad, which Alan Grayson has defended
WEBSTER: A journal, second? Find a verse. I have a verse for my wife. I have verses for my wife: Don’t pick the ones that say she should submit to me. That’s in the Bible, but pick the ones that you’re supposed to do.
Watch the video or follow the top link to see the text of Alan Grayson’s ad, and you’ll see one desperate leftie who might even peel off some of his own base.