- Dec 13, 2017
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lol...you win.You can't force a business owner to sell things he doesn't want to sell. That is interfering with capitalism, which is something I thought you conservatives were against.The deli owner and falafel makers don't carry bacon because of religious reasons.Wrong. The same thing does NOT apply to a sandwich. Why? Because the baker already has all the stuff he needs to bake a cake and decorate it already in his shop.The same applies to buying a sandwich.Buying a wedding cake is not a perversion. In fact, it's a normal occurrence. What is perverted is the baker who sells to the public refusing to sell a cake to a person because he doesn't approve of the marriage.Did you mean besides dragging people into court and trying to shut down their businesses if they won't pretend that homosexual "marriages" are normal? Or are you trying to ignore that entirely?
Force them to, Yes or No?
However....................a Jewish deli wouldn't have any non kosher items in it, so asking for a bacon cheeseburger in there wouldn't apply. They won't have non kosher items in the store to make the sandwich in question.
But I want it, not only from any deli, but from the most orthodox deli and falafel makers I can find.
We'll force those zealots to do our bidding.