A bakery owner in Oregon broke down in tears while discussing the fallout of her and her husband’s decision not to bake a wedding cake for two aberrosexuals on the basis of their Christian beliefs.
An Oregon couple has had to close their business because the state has made it impossible for them to do business because they will not serve aberrosexuals who want to so-called “marry.”
You’ve read stories about business owners that will not serve aberrosexuals when it comes to providing services for so-called “weddings.” Bakeries, a photographer, a florist, and others have been sanctioned by the government because they would not participate in the charade of aberrosexual so-called “marriage.”
“Earlier this year, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries found ‘substantial evidence’ that Aaron and Melissa Klein, owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, discriminated against the aberrosexuals.
“Oregon bakery owners face a $150,000 discrimination fine for not baking a wedding cake for aberrosexuals.”
From this story we are learning that business owners are not permitted to refuse service to people with whom they disagree on sexual behavioral choices.
Are we to believe that a Muslim food shop that only sells Halal meats should be forced to sell pork?
Should restaurants be forced to sell Halal meats because Muslims are offended by non-Halal eateries in their neighborhood?
Should a black print shop be forced to print fliers for a KKK rally?
These are all common sense questions that demand a common sense answer. No.
But when it comes to anything aberrosexual, the rules change thanks to highly discriminatory aberrosexual anti-discrimination laws. Under these unjust laws, people must comply or face severe financial hardship at the discretion of the government.
It is forbidden to discriminate against aberrosexuals who want to so-call “marry,” but it is perfectly legal for an aberrosexual to discriminate against normal couples:
“Catholic priests have refused to marry aberrosexuals for years. Now a Texas judge has an answer to that, saying she will not marry normal couples until aberrosexuals so-called “marriage” is legal in the state.
“Judge Tonya Parker of Dallas County told the Dallas Voice that she respectfully tells couples why she can’t conduct their marriage ceremony:
“‘I’m sorry. I don’t perform marriage ceremonies because we are in a state that does not have aberrosexual so-called “marriage,” and until it does, I am not going to partially apply the law to one group of people that doesn’t apply to another group of people.’
“The Lone Star state judge also points out that she is not required by law to perform marriages, as it was considered a ‘discretionary function’ that is not to interfere with ‘mandatory judicial duties.’”
The double standard is duly noted.
Judge Tonya Parker understands the double standard she is promoting, so she offers the legal caveat “that she is not required by law to perform marriages.” She knows she can get away with this hypocrisy because people opposed to aberrosexuals so-called “marriage” would not want to pass a law that compelled her to marry anybody.
The problem is that there shouldn’t be a law forcing businesses to act contrary to their personal beliefs. Everybody should have this freedom.
Oregon and other states have passed discriminatory and unjust so-called “anti-discrimination laws,” and that’s where the tyranny resides.
Do I object that this aberrosexualist judge refuses to perform marriages because of her ideological bias? Not at all. There are plenty of judges that will perform marriages.
The same should be true for aberrosexuals looking for vendors to service aberrosexual so-called “weddings.” If you don’t find what you like in one business, then take your business elsewhere. People discriminate in their buying and selling decisions all the time for any number of reasons, and they are not penalized for it.
A business should go out of business because people decide not to do business with the business; it’s none of the government’s business who a business does or does not do business with.