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Oregon: Christian Businesses Must Follow Demands of Gay Customers

Azera Wrote: Jan 22, 2014 12:42 PM
A slightly different tact..... Businesses like the Kliens should just move to states that are religiously tolerant and leave Soddam and Gamorrah states to their own devices. Over time, the tale will be revealing as to which is successful and which is not. I guess you can argue that leaving is running away. And that might be true. But the state they run to then has more folks that are like minded, therefore preventing these stupid laws being passed by the state.
skywalker58 Wrote: Jan 22, 2014 12:56 PM
I agree. Close your business and move to another state. I understand that is a hardship and kids have to be pulled from schools, etc. but it will cost a fortune to fight this in court and with activist judges being as corrupt as most politicians, the Christian businesses will end up losing anyway. Our nation is going to H-e double hockey sticks in a hand basket.
skywalker58 Wrote: Jan 22, 2014 1:06 PM
I guess from now on, Christian businesses should tell homosexual couples that they are booked up and can't work them into the schedule rather than refusing to do it because it is against their religion. The state can't make you accept business for time reasons.
perspective Wrote: Jan 22, 2014 1:10 PM
Unfortunately, this is probably true. The sad thing is that even if they move, the LGBT community will start suing under some trumped up charges under federal law like the 14th amendment. Just look at what is happening in Utah where the Utah constitution defines marriage as one man and one woman. You can also look at all the lawsuits against eHarmony for not having a gay matching site. Even after eHarmony complied after losing its court battles by making a separate site for gays, they still sued because the poor bi-sexual victims (sarcasm intended) had to have two subscriptions, one for the heterosexual site and one for the gay site. Oh the injustice of it all to have to have two subscriptions!