Your link has nothing on this subject and sorry, but no judge has yet to find discriminatory practices in contradiction to the law are a 1st Amendment right. NONE.What because you say it? http://www.710knus.com/kelleyandcompany.aspx
It’s still going and will continue because the 1st Amendment of our Constitution protects him
Apparently he doesn't have such a right, because if he had, he wouldn't have been found guilty of discrimination. EVERYBODY who goes into his shop has the same right to his services, including wedding cakes, free from suspect classification and discriminatory practices.And he has the right to bake cakes for ONLY man-woman marriages... and calling me names, doesn’t change that fact.
Remember, I am replying to what YOU are saying, if I am all over the map, you've been leading the way. If you hadn't said that his not going to jail was a sign that he had done nothing wrong, you would have never learned that jail time wasn't even a possibility for what he did do wrong.You need to learn focus... You are all over the board.
I am focused on what you have been saying, your attention span isn't my fault.You need to learn focus... You are all over the board.
I thought I had made it fairly clear from the beginning that while he has a right to his choice of beliefs, that doesn't mean I have to be a fan of them.So now you start to show your colors.
Denver could have the greatest population density of wedding cake bakeries on the planet, but it does not matter, they exercised their right to enter his business for his services, what anyone else would and would not do for this couple does not matter. he violated their right to HIS services, just because they got the cake someplace else does not excuse his actions.If he is exercising his right to his religion, how is he VIOLATING their rights to a cake when there are hundreds of other places they can go?
Their problem, not ours, we have every right to be here, whether you choose to believe God approves or not.Especially given that a majority of Christians believe the behavior of homosexuality is sin.
That is what it is. If you are going to say that business owners have a right to practice discrimination based on what they preach, you got to say just how far the right to blame God for your actions gets to go. Do you only get to freely exercise your beliefs on the gay folk, or is anyone fair game, to hell with all suspect classifications?Let’s deal with what is, because now it seems to be you who is irrational.
He has a right to his beliefs, not his actions. That is why the Judge found him guilty.No, he is an individual of these United States exercising his 1st Amendment rights.