No, in fact it is very vague. The original questions were.<quoted text>Arizona is a State. It does not recognize same-sex marriage, nor does it protect gays from discrimination by law. A religious exemption to any law by which the non-religious must abide, is Unconstitutional.
Concise enough for you?
Aren't the states comming on board to recognize gay marraige? Aren't there laws protecting gays? Where is the mandate to follow any religion?
All I can draw from your response is that Arizona is still a problem and that you would rather live in a dictatorship than a democracy where individual rights are protected and always have been. Well good news King Obama is going in your direction at the speed of light. With a little luck before he leaves office we will all be comrades.