So the Supreme Court decides in favor of the baker...
Jack Phillips who refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding because of his religious beliefs. PLEASE no gay bashing or I will delete the offending comments. But this is a landmark ruling with a vote 7-2 including several liberal voting for the baker and I think it merits discussion. The court’s ruling implies that it is Ok for someone to deny commercial services to someone else based on religious grounds. BTW I agree that for critical services that should be the case. There are bakers everywhere so the gay couple could just have gone somewhere else, but decided to make a stand here, which they lost. But how about critical services?
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