Gay bakers have the right to refuse service?
We all know what happens when a homosexual couple gets turned down after they ask a Christian baker to bake a cake for their “wedding.” There’s a discrimination lawsuit filed by the homosexuals, and the Christian business is forced to comply with the demands of the homosexuals or be shut down. Judges usually say something about how a business refusing to serve a homosexual is akin to refusing a customer on the basis of his skin color.
But what happens when a Christian wants a pro-traditional marriage cake to be made by a gay-owned business? Here’s blogger Theodore Shoebat:
“Support Gay Marriage” – one Christian bakery was sued for refusing to put that slogan on a cake for an event to support the gay agenda.
Christian bakeries that refuse to make pro-homosexual marriage cakes are getting sued, they get fined, they get death threats, and they lose their businesses.
So Shoebat.com called some 13 prominent bakers who are pro-gay and requested that they make a pro-traditional marriage cake with the words “Gay marriage is wrong” placed on the cake. Each one denied us service, and even used deviant insults and obscenities against us. One baker even said that she would make me a cookie with a large phallus on it. We recorded all of this in a video that will stun the American people as to how militant and intolerant the homosexual agenda is:
[Warning: Strong Language]
There will likely be nothing done about this, and I don’t think there necessarily should be. These bakers have as much right to deny this guy service as Christian businesses do in denying service to others.
They all said pretty much the same thing – that they wouldn’t do what he wanted because they had gay employees, and that they didn’t agree with Shoebat’s opinions on marriage. But isn’t this discrimination as much as all the other cases involving Christian businesses denying service to homosexuals for the same reason?