Utah lawmakers tend to quickly fall in line when the influential church makes a rare foray into legislative politics. So Tuesday’s action could have broad effects in this highly conservative state where more than 80 percent of lawmakers and the governor are church members
To be sure this post is not about Gay rights but more about how influential a church/religion can be. Conversely it shreds the concept that there is actually a seperation of church and state.
As a wise man once told me “I’m in favor of the state when the state is in favor of me; otherwise I don’t give a damn”.