New Mexico GOP Governor Martinez’s Gay Hairdresser Refuses To Continue Cutting Her Hair Over Her Opposition To Gay Marriage…
This gay hairdresser was so desperate for attention for his salon: that he went to the news to throw a fit that the Governor’s opinion differs from his. Ironically, unlike the Denver Bakery forced to go against their beliefs and bake a wedding cake for a gay couple, no one is making him cut her hair because he’s on the “correct side” of progressive thinking. Women would do anything to retain their hairdresser; they: pay lots of money, drive hours and make all kinds of sacrifices. According to reports, Martinez, retains her belief that ‘marriage is between a man and a woman’, which makes me think he was a crappy hairdresser with a: cool tattoo.
It’s only considered “intolerant” when the person is a Christian.
Via Liberty Unyielding:
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez needs a new hairdresser – or a new stance on gay marriage. Martinez was recently dropped by her hair stylist, Antonio Darden, who is gay. Darden told a local news station that he cut the governor’s hair three times, but won’t do it again as long as she continues to oppose gay marriage.
“The governor’s aides called not too long ago, wanting another appointment to come in,” he told KOB-TV. “Because of her stances and her views on this, I told her aides no. They called the next day, asking if I’d changed my mind about taking the governor in and I said no.”
Martinez has said she believes marriage should be between a man and woman.
The problem with tolerance is when good and honestly tolerant people accept intolerant behavior out of fear of being judged as a bigot, they are hurting everyone. The Gay Lobby is a breeding ground of intolerance toward any ideal that is not theirs. It is sad that this type of intolerance has become tolerable to the victims of reverse bigotry.
Crossposted from Stop the ACLU He jabbed all night long, just in case you were wondering. By the way, did
I’m sure Gov. Perry will get some heat from this piece in The Washington Times by Kerry Picket: In the