Shoe is on the other foot

By: Rodeo Trojan



There is a case before the Supreme Court about a Fundamentalist Christian baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for two gay men.

Now in the attachment below is a gay shop owner refusing service to a group of  Fundamentalist Christians.

Should the Supreme Court back the baker, I would assume by the thought of legal precedent that they would also be backing the gay shop owner, that the business owner can decide whom to serve and whom not to serve based on religious belief.

If instead they back the gay couple versus the baker, then they would be backing the group of Fundementalist Christians on the basis that every customer has a right to service.

Also how would this decision affect a devout Moslem  business owner and who they will and will not serve?

Interesting times!

 

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