Skip to comments.Religious Liberty: Not A Piece Of Cake [Write Me a Wedding Invitation] [ed]
Posted on 06/08/2018 9:37:53 AM PDT by C19fan
Well, as a reader points out, we have our first court ruling on religious liberty since Masterpiece Cakeshop. An Arizona appeals court even cited the ruling in its own ruling against two Phoenix calligraphers who said that doing same-sex wedding invitations was a violation of their constitutionally protected religious beliefs. Heres a link to a PDF of the full text of the ruling. Excerpts:
(Excerpt) Read more at theamericanconservative.com ...
Lefties believe that your religion should be the state — i.e., THEM. No other religion is acceptable.
This issue will never be settled until the U.S. Supreme Court recognizes that most anti-discrimination laws are completely unconstitutional.
I don’t suppose it occurred to the judge that calligraphy is actually art.
I hope the defendants appeal this, and get really good legal representation.
I hate that we have to fight the same battle/s over and over, but some of these liberals only care about raw power.
Your Black Muslim Bakery is patiently waiting for these brave LuGBuT souls to enter and demand same-sex cakes.
Don’t hold your breath.
Some gay conservatives should do just that (with a hidden camera), and then file suit.
I have a feeling that the rejection at YBMB will be a little more emphatic than usual, and the requesting parties might be lucky to escape with their lives.
I’m glad the Christian group visiting that fag coffee shop in Seattle had thought to film the event. It was so egregious in nature, you’d almost think it was scripted.
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