I was really afraid that the gay mafia would attack the re-opening of Memories Pizza with Molotov cocktails, but it sounds like they had a great opening with a lot of new customers and no protesters at all.
Here’s Rush Limbaugh talking about it:
And they can thank Dana Loesch and her merry army of conservative charitable donators:
Thrilled that Memories Pizza is reopening today.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) April 8, 2015
From the Washington Times:add
A northern Indiana pizzeria that closed after its owner said his religious beliefs wouldn’t allow him to cater a gay wedding opened Thursday to a full house of friends, regulars and people wanting to show their support.
“It’s a relief to get going again and try to get back to normal,” said Kevin O’Connor, owner of Memories Pizza.
O’Connor closed the shop for eight days after comments by him and his daughter, Crystal, to a local television station supporting a new religious objections law. The law, which has since been revised, sparked a boycott of Indiana.
O’Connor said the criticism hasn’t changed his beliefs. He said gays are welcome in his restaurant in the small, one-traffic-light town of Walkerton, 20 miles southwest of South Bend, but that he would decline to cater a same-sex wedding because it would conflict with his Christian beliefs.
“I’d do the same thing again. It’s my belief. It’s our belief. It’s what we grew up on,” he said. “I’m just sorry it comes to this because neither one of us dislike any of those people. I don’t hold any grudges.”