I think it is well known which way I lean and I don't support this legislation either. It's basically the same thing as the cities that wouldn't allow Chik-fil-a due to political disagreements with the owners.That’s a pretty broad statement, I lean right and have major problems with this legislation, I bet if there was a poll done that many, if not most, people on the right would say this is absolutely wrong.
There’s a huge disconnect between voters and and the political parties, I disagree with most Rep legislation, the problem is I also disagree with most Dem legislation. The main reason I end up leaning conservative is because I think the less meddling done by either party the better off we are.
Unfortunately when you only have 2 choices, and they are both bad, you can disagree with most of what a party stands for and still end up voting for them as the lessor evil.
I am in the same boat as you. To me, the less legislation the better. One of the biggest problems to me is that every congress and every state legislative session they are always passing new laws or amending old laws. There isn't a requirement to always be "doing something" in a legislative body.