Today Marco Rubio was on The Five and when asked about the new Indiana Religious Freedom law he basically backed the law:
THE HILL – Likely presidential contender Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) backed Indiana’s controversial religious freedom law, painting it as a necessary way to stop the government from forcing business owners to violate their religion.
“No one here is saying it should be legal to deny someone service at a restaurant or at a hotel because of their sexual orientation, I think that’s a consensus view in America,” he said Monday on Fox News’ “The Five.”
“The flip side of it is: should a photographer be punished for refusing to do a wedding that their faith teaches them is not one that is valid in the eyes of God.”
Rubio said that the law has sparked a “difficult debate” about how far the laws would go, but he said that people should focus more on how the law protects people from being forced to violate their religious views.
On the flip side, Scott Walker took the more ‘it’s not my issue’ approach: