Raechelleg

Raechelleg

Todd I too am educated with a MSBA degree; I know my business law and you calling me ignorant because my views and interpretation differ from yours is one sided thinking. There are laws that protect our religious beliefs. California, being a liberal state, doesn't have revised version for ou…

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Todd as I mentioned in the other post she did not break any laws and she is protected by "Freedom of Religion Act" and "Business Law". Review them, as long as a business refuses to serve a class of people all the time based on her regions beliefs does not make it illegal.…

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Todd - First of all calling someone ignorant is childish, obviously you are young in your thinking. Anyway, when I stated federal supersedes state law it is because federal law does not prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation, so gays are not a protected group under the federal l…

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Nobody here was victimized, if her business was to suffer that is her choice. Just to let you know God is real, if you choose not to believe that is your choice, but to pass judgement is wrong and if you are not to young to remember Yes on 8 then you could understand why she turned them to a…

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Thank you for facts, not bashing.

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Yesssssssss!

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The bakery owner falls under the same protection Act as the gay couple, so to sue is a waist of tax payers money, not too mention sad because you were turned away and got your feelings hurt you believe you deserve recourse! Please that is not the only bakery, grab your tissues and go somewhere else!

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Well stated, agree who's rights matter?

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No she wouldn't, the women did not say they were marrying one another.