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When Austin Petersen, one of Johnson’s opponents in the forum, asked the former governor if a Jewish baker should be required to bake a Nazi wedding cake, he said: “That would be my contention, yes.”
John McAfee, another participant in the forum, added his thoughts to the conversation.
“If you’re the only baker in town, it may be a problem,” he said. “But no one is forcing you to buy anything or to choose one person over another. So why should I be forced to do anything if I am not harming you? It’s my choice to sell, your choice to buy.”
Petersen’s response to Johnson’s statement: “This portrays a fundamental lack of understanding of the free market. You have to allow the marketplace to work. The government cannot stamp out bigotry. The government is not supposed to make us into better people—that’s not what the United States was founded on.”
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
a reply to: Blueracer
...Gary Johnson is no Republican, nor is he a libertarian... He's Hillary Clinton with less baggage only because he has had less opportunity to collect that baggage than she has.
Open borders, US-harming global trade deals, not non-interventionist but non-US defending military policies, pro higher corporate taxation, pro-"progressive" taxation, pro-increased funding for social programs, pro-increased funding for Planned Parenthood... and Weld is a dyed in the wool globalist liberal who has zero business on a libertarian ticket.
originally posted by: olaru12
Gov. Gary was right about one thing, Trumps a Pu$$y.
That alone is enough for him to get my vote.