So, two points I wanted to address here. 1) I believe that private property is private property. That the federal government, nor the State should have the authority to mandate inclusion and accommodation upon a private ownership. Whether it be a home, or it be a business or a combination of the two.
2)The hilarity over the sb 1062 Arizona, is that the uproar was that the law allowed for discrimination against the LGBT community. Interestingly, the State of Arizona currently, as in even before this ones veto, doesn't have any laws protecting against sexual orientation discrimination.
It was a good ploy by the retractors of the measure though. The meme caught on like wildfire and has done a couple of things I find amusing.
1) It exposed the so called tolerant, non-descrimination crowd as the hypocritical bigots that they are.
2) Also exposed just how far away from private property and individual liberty we've really moved in the ol' US of A.