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originally posted by: ~Lucidity
"A Christian making a homosexual cake with 'Support Gay Marriage' goes against his faith and a homosexual putting 'Gay Marriage Is Wrong' goes against his faith as well. Now of course we honor their right to say no, this is not the issue, but what about honoring the Christian right to also say no?" asks Shoebat.
What the hell?
This makes the whole thing sound even more glaringly stupid. Does it even make any sense?
originally posted by: EternalSolace
Christian making a cake that supports gay marriage is against their faith.
Homosexual making a cake that supports traditional marriage is against their belief.
The point that is being made is why is it wrong for the Christian to say no, and it's okay for the homosexual to say no.
originally posted by: FalcoFan
I like to see the "I'm telling mommy" liberals get bitten on the rear by their own nonsense.
Wouldn't it be fitting for the current baker in question to lose his business?
How does a blank cake "support" gay marriage?
originally posted by: Logarock
a reply to: Benevolent Heretic
But the baker is still discriminating, making a distinction, based on their own personal views. The other guy wasn't allowed to do that.
The customer here was trying to get the baker to decorate a cake in a manner that is obviously offensive to the baker personally. For the christian baker it was was no less offensive really than putting two men's name on a wedding cake or a figurine of two men.
originally posted by: TsukiLunar
a reply to: EternalSolace
That's what I keep telling people. It is against my faith for gays to eat. Therefore I would never feed a starving dying gay.