Says who? As a web developer, I can tell you that when someone asks me to build them website, I take a keen interest in who they are and what they're up to. And if I'm not comfortable with them or their plans, I refuse to serve them.There is very good reason. It should make no difference to a business who buys their cakes, eat's in their restaurant, or stays in their motel as long they are paid for the product or service and the customer conducts themselves properly.No one should be made a second class citizen because merchants say it's against my religious beliefs for you to stay in my hotel, eat in my restaurant, buy my products or services. If you are open to the public, then you should serve the public.Yes, a business can turn down anyone it pleases if it wants to suffer the legal penalties.And the far left once again used horrid analogies to make another reference to their debunked religious beliefs.
A business can turn down anyone it chooses, but many on the far left will claim racism or bigotry instead looking at the facts.
You mean far left punishment because they dare to think differently than the far left religious drones..
Horseshit. There's no reason a business shouldn't be allowed to serve whoever the owner wants to server. The "open to the public" scam only fools the gullible. I don't lose my right to associate with whom I choose because I choose to sell pizzas or wedding cakes. The idea that my disinclination to serve you makes you a "second class" citizen is laughable. You're second class only in your own mind.
Not every business person is fixated on the bottom line.