Yesterday, the Arizona House of Representatives approved what’s being called a “license to discriminate” against gays bill, which would allow individuals and businesses to have the legal right to refuse services to people or groups if they claimed that doing so would “substantially burden” their freedom of religion.
A locally-owned pizza/pasta/wings restaurant in Tucson, Arizona, was so infuriated by the bill’s passage, they decided to give Arizona’s bigoted state lawmakers who want to legalize discrimination in their state, a taste of their own hateful medicine, by refusing them service.
Following last night’s vote by the Arizona House, Rocco’s Little Chicago Pizzeria took a stand for equality by posting the following photo to their Facebook page with this caption: “Funny how just being decent is starting to seem radical these days.”
Update: Owner Anthony Rocco DiGrazia told The Huffington Post Friday in a Facebook message:
The sign was created by Barbie Donovan from Tucson.
The comments on the Facebook post were overwhelmingly positive.
U.S. Army Captain Randy wrote: