The laws and regulations apply to all business owners, regardless of their religious beliefs, or lack thereof. Start concedingI will concede it’s “meaningless” when you present just one regulation or law that doesn’t discriminate.
He has no 1st Amendment right to violate the law, it is why he was found guilty.Sorry, our Constitution is clear.
She has lost three times already, including unanimously before the state supreme court. She and your ridiculous argument are toast.He wasn’t but we will find out when the photographer case goes through no won’t we?
Stupid, stupid reply.You mean how hospitals only let board certified doctors become surgeons? Discrimination is a fact of life.
Hon, you had your shot to prove your point, you failed spectacularly. If you really want to try again, you'd better make damn sure that what you are showing violates local decency statutes.Really? Do I need to post the specific images from a recent gay pride parade? You know I’m not lying, and that’s whats sad about your statement right now.
No he didn't he violated it because he's a bigot, God might excuse it, but the Constitution sure in the hell doesn't.He violated the law because of our Constitution.
One more time since you won't let it sink in. I've proved how the restriction survives the strict scrutiny necessary to limit the freedom of religion. You have yet to prove otherwise.Not if it goes against the Constitution.
You don't support the Constitution, just your fantasy that it actually allows for religiously motivated discrimination by the operator of a place of public accommodation.I am proud to be an American, and support our 1st Amendment in this case as well as gay pride parades. The fact you favor one over the other... You should be ashamed.