Do you think a bakery has the right to turn away a gay wedding cake?

By Chelsey . Created on Jun 05, 2018
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a baker who would not sell a cake for a gay wedding.
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Lynn said on Jun 22, 2018
The owner was known throughout the town to be a strong Christian. He wouldn't decorate Halloween cakes or cupcakes because it was against his faith. He is not the only bakery in town. He told them he would sell them a wedding cake that was already made, but would not specifically make a gay wedding cake. The couple wanted to make an example of him and thought they could ruin the man financially,. If you feel ...
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Diane-Marie said on Jun 21, 2018
I think it is their business, they should do want they want to do with it if they do not want to why not.
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Robert said on Jun 18, 2018
If the proprietor of an establishment makes it clear to you that he or she does not want your business , why on earth would you want to give it to him or her?
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Joanie said on Jun 11, 2018
I think they have they right, I just don’t think it was right. People are going to be people no matter what, and they’re going to do jerky things like not make a wedding cake for a gay couple… Not a lot we can do about it.
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Jarhead1 said on Jun 10, 2018
If it was a standard cake no, but, to design a one of a kind wedding cake is entering into a 'contract' which cannot be mandated. Go find someone who will willing enter into a contract of this type.
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Anonymous said on Jun 10, 2018
What about bakers right? Should we just ignore that? Why would you cry wolf about your right and not others.
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JeKarp14 said on Jun 9, 2018
I think they have the right to do so just like we have the right to not give them out business.
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T said on Jun 8, 2018
It is simply because it is a wedding. In Christianity, matrimony is holy and permitted between men and women only. The baker would have been acting in defiance of his own faith.