Skip to comments.I may have been wrong to condemn Christian B&B owners for banning gay couple: English Judge
Posted on 06/19/2014 2:50:01 PM PDT by aimhigh
A judge who condemned a Christian couple for turning away gay guests from their hotel yesterday said her decision may have been wrong.
Supreme Court deputy president Baroness Hale called for a rethink on religious and gay rights six months after she rejected the B&B owners arguments in a key test case.
Lady Hale said in a speech that the law has done too little to protect the beliefs of Christians. And she cast doubts over her own judgment in the landmark case in which a gay couple sued Christian hoteliers Peter and Hazelmary Bull.
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Just has her finger in the wind.
The UKIP victory in the EU elections show a new direction.
Yes, indeed. You may have been wrong. What are you going to do about it now?
Maybe she read about the 450 Brits in Iraq ready to come back home, who dont much like ‘gay marriage’ either, and she wants to keep her head. Either way, this is somewhat good news. Prayers for the hoteliers. Remember the world hated Him first.
Hope this attitude arrives here. This insanity has got to stop.
“I just got carried away.”
The honorable thing would be to resign, not make an “oopsie” speech about her lack of wisdom and general short-sightedness.
In general, women and upper-level legal appellate courts don’t make a strong combination.
Maybe she took the opportunity to read the relevant versus in the Bible.
Impeach the bitch.
Then HANG her—rope can be recycled, after all.
Well there’s a needle indicating an earthquake!
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