A lifestyle choice should not have to be forcibly catered to. That is what this is really about..At the risk of invoking Godwin’s Law, two examples:.A family dressed as Nazi’s (uniforms, kids as Hitler Youth, the whole nine yards) come into a Jewish Kosher bakery and want a cake made with swastika, SS runes, and “Happy Birthday Adolph” along with “Work will make you free” on it.Should they be able to refuse to do so?.A gay couple come in and ask for a wedding cake for their gay union in a bakery run by Muslims, devout Christians, or other owners that object to gay marriage..Now, the difference is if either of the two above individually came in looking no different than any other customer and simply ordered a cake or other product with nothing specific to their lifestyle choices (and both being a Nazi and having a gay marriage are lifestyle choices… and no, for the slow, Progressive, and easily offended, I am NOT comparing the two in any way, shape or form both are CHOICES in lifestyle) then the business should not be able to refuse service. But, they should be able to on the basis of choices a customer makes about their lifestyle that are found personally offensive..A business can refuse to serve a customer that smokes (actual act) in their establishment.A business can refuse service if a customer lacks appropriate attire (no shirt, no shoes no service).This is no different but the Left and the LGBT community want to force every and all businesses to accept that lifestyle choice(s). That is wrong.
Apr 12, 2017