The Gaystapo has marched into Colorado. They’re burning down any building not flying a penis flag. They’re executing individuals who refuse to take their intolerant views. They’re beheading these people, sticking their heads on rainbow striped pikes, parading them around the country as an example of, and this is the good part, “intolerance.” The Gastapo’s latest victim in my analogy is Jack Phillips in Colorado. His sin? Nope, he didn’t murder a gay person. That’s Islam. Try to keep up. Mr. Phillips crime was not baking a gay wedding cake.
Phillips and his staff were also ordered take re-education classes on discrimination and file quarterly compliance reports for two years. He has since given up making cakes altogether since he isn’t allowed to refuse same-sex weddings.
The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in August that refusing to bake the cake was discrimination not protected by his right to religious freedom. Phillips appealed to the state’s Supreme Court but now those hopes are dashed.
“We asked the Colorado Supreme Court to take this case to ensure that government understands that its duty is to protect the people’s freedom to follow their beliefs personally and professionally, not force them to violate those beliefs as the price of earning a living,” Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Jeremy Tedesco said in a statement. “Jack, who has happily served people of all backgrounds for years, simply exercised the long-cherished American freedom to decline to use his artistic talents to promote a message and event with which he disagrees, and that freedom shouldn’t be placed in jeopardy for anyone. We are evaluating all legal options to preserve this freedom for Jack.”
Here’s the part where I reference the First Amendment.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Let’s make a note of what’s not there, shall we? There’s no asterisk which says “unless, of course, you’re gay and want a cake. In that case, that person freely exercising his religion should be forced, by the government, to do what you say he should do. Also, kill him with fire.” Yet, that’s what’s happening in America. Well, not kill him with fire. Yet.
Everyone has the right to exercise their religion. I’m going to take it one step farther. I believe you have the right to serve whomever you choose, and not serve whoever you don’t want to serve. If that hurts your business, that’s your choice. If everyone in your city is gay, and you chose not to serve gays? That’s your freedom of choice. You may go out of business, but you did so by exercising your own right to choose.
But that’s not enough for the Gaystapo. If you do not conform, you’re slated for the re-education camps. If you do not confirm with the gay agenda, you’ll be ostracized. If you do not conform with the gay agenda, your future will be ruined. You’ll lose everything you worked for. Because you didn’t want to make someone, whose lifestyle you disagree with, a cake. Your punishment shall be swift.
Tell me again, leftists, who’s the party of tolerance? Tell me again, leftists, who’s the party of love? Of acceptance? Tell me again about how “love wins” and “hate loses”? And also tell me which side you’re actually on. Read OPINION: Remember When Gay Marriage ‘Wouldn’t Affect You?’ About That…
This is a real problem. You leftists are a problem. Stop for a second to think about the repercussions of your intolerance and hatred. Stop feeling about these issues and use the brain God gave you to think about it.
Also, which one of you leftists wants to sue a Muslim baker?