So, if I understand you correctly, "The most shining example of the intolerance of the extreme left is the homosexual community." Well, a gay couple is refused service in a Colorado bakery because the couple is...gay.The most shining example of the intolerance of the extreme left is the homosexual community. Criticize them publicly or express your disagreement with their lifestyle and watch out. In Colorado, a gay couple goes to a bakery to order a cake for their "wedding" and the owner tells them "no". Based on his religious beliefs he refused to participate in any way, including baking them a cake. Rather then simply going to another cake shop, what does the militant gay couple do? They sue the shop owner demanding that he bake them a cake or else. Uncle Phil, from Duck Dynasty was just suspended from A&E's top hit show because he dared express his first amendment right when asked in an interview about his thoughts about homosexuality. Who the hell cares what he thinks about homo's and why does it matter so much? Expect the family to follow right behind Phil, because they could care less about the success of A&E and their political correctness. They are already very wealthy from their hard work, and freedom is more important then towing the line.
Did you know that gay marriages are legal in Colorado?
Supposing that you, a heterosexual, were not allowed to buy a wedding cake from a gay baker because he doesn't like heterosexuals, what would YOU do ? Sue the baker ? I would hope so.
Seeing as the baker has committed an act of exclusion, like , for example he refused to sell or render services based on colour, creed, race, religion or sexual preferences, would the gay couple not be expected to sue based on outright discrimination? Seeing as gay marriage IS legal in Colorado, why would they not sue for the same reason a black citizen would sue if refused service in a store or restaurant? Is it reason enough for the shopkeeper to say his moral belief dictates that "blacks are unworthy?