Whether you like it or not, that is still not an absolute right we enjoy. Agreed.<quoted text>Whether you like it or not, that is still not an absolute right we enjoy. It can be limited, regulated and even prohibited if it serves a compelling governmental interest in doing so. Hopefully preventing random ambushes of discrimination based on prejudice in the public square is a legitimate and particularly compelling governmental interest, given our nation's history of some seriously ugly acts of discrimination. Since the law applies equally to both believers and non-believers as business owners and applies regardless of the sexual orientation someone might discriminate against, bakery boy is not being singled out for his choice of beliefs, he's being singled out because he broke a constitutionally valid law, whether God approves or not. This is what Jesus meant by render unto Caesar in case you hadn't noticed.
However, in this case the baker is free to not sell a wedding cake to a gay couple.
bakery boy Is being discriminated by you, and the actual law, and you feel the government can make him do what he doesnt believe is right to do.