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5 Reasons Christian Businesses Shouldn't Be Legally Forced To Support Gay Weddings

Patrice13 Wrote: Mar 01, 2014 5:45 AM
They are fine with baking the cake or selling cookies and pastries to the customers. The offense is in having to write an anti-Christian message on said cake. The gay couples are seeking out Christian businesses to harass and intimidate. If the gay wedding is supposed to be about love, why involve people who do not share the views of the couple to participate on any level? A wedding that starts on this attention-getting, faith-bullying footing seeems to be very little about love.
Kepha Wrote: Mar 02, 2014 4:17 PM
You are right, Patrice. I think we need to put the judges who handed down these decisions under intense scrutiny, and the moment something untowards crops up, unleash the impeachment and removal machinery.

ReddestNeck Wrote: Mar 01, 2014 6:42 AM
There are some parallels. But it goes further, does the Jewish caterer have to write "Allah is great" on a cake for the Muslims?
ThasicAlambra Wrote: Mar 01, 2014 6:38 AM
This is the same as a Jewish caterer that only caters for Jewish events being required to cater for a Muslim event. Or a tailgate party organizer being required to organize a wedding.