Monday, June 26, 2017

Supreme Court to hear case of baker's refusal to make wedding cake for gay couple

Via Billy

United States Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday it will hear the case of a suburban Denver baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple on faith-based grounds, in the latest religious freedom case to be considered before the nation's highest court.

Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, had refused to sell a customized cake for a gay couple's union, claiming a religious exemption to the state's anti-discrimination law.

State courts had ruled against the businessman.

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  1. The real question is....

    Does the accusation of a business license place the holder and his employees in a position of relinquishing their God given rights of freedom of association, the right of property, the ability to determine one's actions, along with the repeal of the First Amendment? in fact does said license render that person the involuntary servant of government being forced to interact etc. with whomever the state demands?

    I would suspect the answer to such absurdity would have been quite clear to the founders but the tyranny and utter wickedness of the judicial branch of government has long ago shed the idea of God given rights etc., if not by so many words then most certainly by it's misdeeds.

    Average Joe

  2. A ruling against the bakery would mean that whatever product or service a business said they couldn't or wouldn't provide meant they were violating the "law of the land" as it is now called when SCOTUS decrees it so. --Ron W

  3. So if they lose, can I go to an anti-gun bakery and request a pistol shaped cake, they have to make it for me or I can sue and collect big money for emotional distress, mental anguish and such? --Ron W