Skip to comments.Baker on Not Providing Wedding Cake to Lesbians: ‘I Have to Stand True’ to God
Posted on 08/15/2014 1:16:31 PM PDT by Olog-hai
A bakery in Pennsylvania has come under scrutiny after the owner declined to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple who were planning to renew their vows.
It was hard to do, Lorraine Fleming, the owner of The Cake Pros bakery in Schuylkill Haven, Pa., told WBRE-TV on Tuesday. We have homosexuality in our family, and it was a hard decision to make, but in the end, when I die and Im one on one with God I have to stand true to him.
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It’s not the cake, it’s what they might do with it afterwards. /S
Rut Roh. You’s in twouble now.
Let the hypocritical outrage begin.
Article 1, Section 3. — Religious FreedomLet me reiterate an important section there: no human authority can, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of conscience.
All men have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own consciences; no man can of right be compelled to attend, erect or support any place of worship or to maintain any ministry against his consent; no human authority can, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of conscience, and no preference shall ever be given by law to any religious establishments or modes of worship.
Take it to state-level court.
This news artice avoids the issue of her being prosecuted like the Colorado baker. What is being hidden?
Either we OWN our own property, and may do with it as we wish, or the GOVT OWNS IT and demands we do as they say!
I am rather certain someone did not go into a bakery and ask for a simple wedding cake. What would trigger all of this? They either anounced what type of wedding it was, asked for something supportive of homosexuality to be put on the cake, or asked for something perverse.
Regardless, what is it called when one is forced to produce something against their will, i.e. a cake? Furthermore, who would want to consume any food product made under duress?
Maybe it was the two women dolls for the top of the cake
I’ve heard that some people order obscene cakes and candies for parties.
Is a baker allowed to decline to bake penis shaped cupcakes? Just asking. What about other cakes and candies shaped like other body parts??
This whole area of wedding cakes for homosexual weddings sounds to me like a niche market, in which someone could make some money from. Given that, why the need to go uhto someone who doesn’t service homosexual weddings, act outraged, then file a lawsuit over a cake???
The bakers should just adopt a don’t ask don’t tel policy. Wedding cakes don’t have names written on them .
Gay Patriot is also reporting on a bridal shop refusing to sell gowns to lesbian couples. They connected the story to Facebook and the gaystapo is out in force.
the ‘customers’ targeted her bakery knowing her response. they are hoping to force the state to push her out of business... which will help the homo bakeries in the area, just like in CO
You must be tolerant or you will be destroyed.
Pray America wakes up
we already know the baker will lose in court
it has always amazed me that someone would pay hundreds of dollars on a cake that the baker did not want to make.....would you eat it, I wouldn’t come anywhere near it....one could almost guarantee that some of the ingredients weren’t in the original recipe.
And open the baker up to lawsuits or worse. I used to be a caterer and we would never have sabotaged our products no matter how horrid working with a client was. Our name was on it and we stood behind it.
Why not put feces in the cake....It’s not as if they don’t enjoy playing in it.
They could go to any number of bakers in the are who would be willing to make their cake- but they wanted to force THIS one to go against their religious beliefs
Oh, you wouldn't put anthing in it that wouldn't pass muster by the FDA...but an ingredient that was a natural strong laxitive....
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And destroy the baker’s business. Giving everyone at an event tummy distress but thinking no one will guess the baker is at fault is naive. The baker can expect health inspector scrutiny to end all scrutiny. In the meantime guests at the event are spreading the word that the baker “food poisoned” a number of people and watch his/her business crumble.
Why? Why demand that a baker make products that go against their conscience and faith?
To force compromise. To force them to act contrary to God.
GOD BLESS YOU, AND KEEP YOU Lorraine Fleming, for standing firm in Christ, “fighting the good fight”, and for understanding that outside of Christ, there is NO HOPE in this world.
We CAN do all things through Christ, who strengthens us. Philippians 4:13
you don’t seem to understand.....if you force me to do something, there is always the possibility.....possibility....that I will do something to you or your product that you will not approve of....I need do nothing, but I can’t understand why someone would do that.....put themselves in a position where someone could sabbotage your wedding.
I do understand. I have been in the position where I could have put something into the food I prepared and served, but the consequences would have been harm to a customer, no matter how repulsive I thought that person was, and the destruction of my business.
As for the thought process of the customer making someone do what they do not want to do, sure, they may briefly think “she might poison me”, but the next thought will be “I dare her. If she does, I will own her business. Those insurance companies have deep pockets.”