Opponents in LGBT case agree: It's not about wedding cake

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    Do we all get to vote now on what YOU believe and whether or not you should be allowed to do so?
     
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    Really? How do you know the requirement to ask about personal lives is part of his faith?
     
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    They told him. If they hadn't, he wouldn't have known or cared.
     
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    So two guys ask for a wedding cake for their wedding cake, he wouldn't know they are gay?

    Craig and Mullins v. Masterpiece CakeShop - Decision

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    No, he told them....conveniently. He has had no clue other sinners EVER asked him to bake a cake for them. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    The First Amendment is the law. Being part of the Constitution, it is the highest law, and takes precedence over all legislative acts.

    Someone who can't follow that law doesn't belong in government.
     
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    Nobody is preventing him from practicing his religion
    He is imposing his religious beliefs on others

    He operates a business ......that business must conform with applicable statutes
     
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    He told them what, exactly? That they were gay?
     
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    Someone who flagrantly violates that Highest Law belongs in a countersuit for violation of someone else's constitutional rights.
     
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    . If your side wins, I will be able to force gay bakers to make a cake with "God Hates Fags and my baker agrees!" Are you okay with that?
     
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