If the state is going to suppress somebody's right to religious expression, it better make sure there's no other way to get what it wants.And then they hit the nail on the head.
All in all, Johnson's position on religious freedom ends up coming across as though it's based on a fear that it's going to lead to outcomes that he finds detestable and not an analysis on principles that guide his thoughts.Too bad they didn't hit Gary on the head and knock some sense into him. Who's he to say what I believe is detestable? The whole point of being Libertarian is the ability to live my life the way I want ad to tell the government to go away. I really don't need to pay attention to the opinions of idiots who have helped weaken the traditional family, consequently creating mountains of social problems.