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Reply #20 - 12/05/17 at 23:51:44
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What about those signs I see inside of businesses, we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. Are all those illegal?
  

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Reply #21 - 12/06/17 at 08:08:14
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The 1st Amendment gives the baker rights.  It also seems that the 14th Amendment can be made to cover what ever the government wants.  The baker should win, but with the 14th covering everything, will he?
  
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Re: Supreme Court to hear bakery case.....
Reply #22 - 12/06/17 at 09:10:14
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newt2008 wrote on 12/05/17 at 14:08:13:
That’s the Bible.

Ms. Borelli

But as Christians we resolve to the teachings of the New Testament.  Otherwise I'd never know how yummy bacon is.
  

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Reply #23 - 12/06/17 at 09:21:33
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|Glitch| wrote on 12/05/17 at 19:59:41:
I absolutely agree.  When someone cannot refuse service we consider that "slavery."

You will also note that these homosexuals did not go to a Muslim or Jewish bakery, they specifically targeted a Christian bakery.  Which makes this about religious persecution. 

The First Amendment protects everyone's inherent right to believe as they see fit, and prohibits Congress (and by extension the States) from enacting laws that restricts that right.  Those homosexuals could have found an atheist baker or another homosexual baker who would have no problem providing the cake they desired, but they specifically targeted a Christian baker to persecute them for their beliefs.

I honestly believe that they did this too.  Though I don't know their true motive.
  

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Reply #24 - 12/06/17 at 09:29:15
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red hawk wrote on 12/05/17 at 23:47:23:
A chocolate cake laced with Ex-Lax...or a vanilla cake made with Milk of Magnesia.

Let the Supreme Court think about THAT for a while!

Sadistic but true.  The fact is that the baker could have baked a crappy cake for their wedding (not necessarily laced with anything) and said cake be delivered to the wedding.  But the baker would rather not have a smudge of the bad cake review.  Instead he was honest and said that he wasn't going to bake the cake on religious grounds.
  

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Re: Supreme Court to hear bakery case.....
Reply #25 - 12/06/17 at 09:38:15
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countzero wrote on 12/05/17 at 23:51:44:
What about those signs I see inside of businesses, we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. Are all those illegal?

This is the question of the day now.  If we can't deny service on religious grounds then we have no basis on denying service on any grounds.
  There have been issues about having "men's only clubs" and that women have successfully got into due to gender equality.  Yet, no man has been able to get into Curves.
  Personally, I wouldn't turn anyone away from my place of business.  I like making money too much.  Though people (drug seekers) aren't necessarily happy with the final outcome of the exchange (money for service). 
  When the government tries to run your business they end up ruining your business.  Just ask the Jews and Germans in Hitler's wonderful socialism.
  

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Reply #26 - 12/06/17 at 12:22:49
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mahdo1 wrote on 12/06/17 at 09:10:14:
But as Christians we resolve to the teachings of the New Testament.  Otherwise I'd never know how yummy bacon is.

I follow all of God’s word. Yes, there are certain aspects/rules of the OT that are not applicable today but the Bible in its entirety is the word of God. Jesus quoted the OT extensively and in particular Leviticus. We can’t take a third of the Bible and dismiss the other two-thirds.

Ms. Borelli
  

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Reply #27 - 12/06/17 at 12:30:19
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It seems the strangest thing about this case is that the Colorado civil rights commission said that the baker was discriminating against the gay couple, yet at the time, the state itself did not allow gay marriage either.   Shocked
  
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Reply #28 - 12/06/17 at 12:37:18
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TimR wrote on 12/06/17 at 12:30:19:
It seems the strangest thing about this case is that the Colorado civil rights commission said that the baker was discriminating against the gay couple, yet at the time, the state itself did not allow gay marriage either.   Shocked

See now you have ruined the charade. You are not supposed to bring facts and evidence to the case. Just cry racism, homophobia, islamaphobia and bigotry.....

Ms. Borelli
  

"Within the pages of the Bible are the answers to all the problems men face.
"Facts are stubborn things.
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"We cannot play innocents abroad in a world that is not innocent.
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Re: Supreme Court to hear bakery case.....
Reply #29 - 12/06/17 at 12:39:05
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I dont see how the government can force you to sell something to someone. Its outrageous.
  

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