Gays have what they want in Colorado as do the Americans who believe that the definition of marriage should remain.<quoted text>
We're in the process of fixing those backwards states' marriage laws, but these laws prohibiting discrimination in places of public accommodations do not rest on whether CO at this time recognizes the same sex marriage in question.
Getting a cake is not a right associated with marriage. It is a right associated with non discrimination clauses covering businesses in this non theocracy. You're very confused, as always.
The baker may be as hypocritically and superficially "devout" as he wishes outside the realm of places of public accommodations. Though we oddly don't see him tossing those who covet or take the lawd's name in vain out of his business.
A wedding cake is not a right of gay couples who are gay-married.
The baker has individual rights as guaranteed by our Constitution. Charging government to force him to go against his beliefs wont make him change his mind.