You should be careful about throwing stones given the glass house you live in, lying *sswipe.1. You said you were straight then you said you were gay. One of those is a lie. That makes you a liar.
Asking to purchase a wedding cake is not forcing one's views on another, lying *sswipe.2. No one is forcing their views on anyone else except for the gay men that wanted a wedding cake.
Actually it's true, lying *sswipe.3. False.
Good thing the gay couple was just trying to purchase a cake for their reception and not an actual marriage ceremony then, eh *sswipe?4. Same sex marriage is banned in Colorado as well, it the law.
No they weren't. The ruling was in line with existing SCOTUS precedent on the subject matter.The baker's 1st amendment rights were violated.
With respect to the Affordable Care Act contraceptive mandate and nothing else. Perhaps you should actually read the SCOTUS ruling in the Hobby Lobby case before asserting such a lie of omission by leaving out that important qualification to their decision..Especially now that the supreme court holds that a closely held business is a person with religious rights.
No, as Lides correctly stated, neither the baker nor his business was jailed, fined, or forced to provide the cake for the wedding in question.5. Of course they did.
Why do you lie, Wondering?
Actually, the baker was not punished. Unless of course you consider educating yourself and/or your employees about diversity and the law to be punishment. Given your general ignorance on so many topics, however, perhaps you do consider education to be a form of punishment.6. It's not a lie, it's a fact. You don't like facts.