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To: Diago
If they would have just said “Gosnell, a man who once had a thought for two seconds at age 8 of becoming a Catholic Priest” (obviously not true) the site would have let them do whatever they wanted. Because twisting the story of a serial killer into one that has even the ever so slightest hint of a religious mass murderer would win an Oscar for best documentary. The left would have contributed heavily. And then, hey, after the donations are in it's like everything else— filmmakers/editors “creative license”. And oops! We were wrong about the Priest part!

Seriously, yeah Kickstarter is a private company but their hypocrisy will give other fundraising sites, including those for sick children, a bad name. And if the movie makers were gay would kickstarter have to run their project description as described? After all, we already know you have to bake a cake at your private business for gay couples even if you don't want to. (I still can't understand why you would want to eat something someone was forced to prepare for you, when you could give the business to some one who thinks the same as you.)

25 posted on 04/05/2014 9:08:40 PM PDT by MacMattico
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To: MacMattico
And if the movie makers were gay would kickstarter have to run their project description as described? After all, we already know you have to bake a cake at your private business for gay couples even if you don't want to. (I still can't understand why you would want to eat something someone was forced to prepare for you, when you could give the business to some one who thinks the same as you.)

You bring up a good point about "denial of services".

If a photographer declines to accept a potential client's same sex wedding (in a state that does not recognize same sex marriages, no less), could he survive claiming that it "goes against 'his' community standards" (which by evidence of Kickstarter, do not need to be explicitly stated, just vague references to being offensive)?

30 posted on 04/07/2014 5:19:51 AM PDT by a fool in paradise (The new witchhunt: “Do you NOW, . . . or have you EVER , . . supported traditional marriage?”)
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