Supreme Court rules in favor of baker in same sex wedding cake case.

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  1. goofball

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    Wonderful news and tremendous victory for religious freedom and personal liberty!!
     
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    All this over a cake? This couple is a couple of jackasses. If someone refuses to make a cake then find someone else.
     
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    Wow, and they can't blame it on Trump.
     
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    7-2 Ruling, so libs can't blame a "conservative court'.
     
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    Horrible ruling that furthers our walk back in time to religious hegemony. This ruling will further expand on religious discrimination against the public at large and that will expand this practice in the future.

    Sincerely held religious beliefs ought to be confined to your ****ing house, not to be enforced on the public at large.

    Sad day for those of us who do not believe religion is a thing to be forced on the public.
     
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    My private company is not forced on the public in any way
     
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    Nothing has been forced on the public. You are unhinged.
     
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    Enforcing your morals through biblical fiat via denial of service in direct contradiction to state law is, in fact, enforcing your religious beliefs on the public.
     
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    CNBC headline - and I swear I am not making this up (emphasis added by me) - "Supreme Court rules narrowly for Colorado baker...."

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    Funny, because I say the same thing about homosexuality.....
     
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    Homosexuality is not a religion, so you're conflating two issues. Moreover, no one is forcing morals or values on you. Have you ever met a gay couple that insists you be gay?

    Nope.
     
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    That is a common way to announce certain decisions.

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    Your UNCONSTITUTIONAL STATE LAW was just ruled UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

    Deal with it.
     
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    No its not its keeping them true to yourself. It was the couple trying to force a belief.
     
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    i agree, now anyone can be refused service.
     
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    LOLOL!!! Are you really this ignorant? Homosexuals are constantly forcing their morals and values on other people. That is what this court case was about.

    Thankfully common sense rules the day.
     
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    Nonsense, and no batch of unelected officials will change my mind on this. This is the adverse. No one forced the baker to be gay. Instead the baker is now allowed to force their religion on everyone else.
     
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    Please, do tell me, when a gay person has ever forced their values on anyone.
     
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