Alan Colmes: Imprisonment or a Fine Appropriate for Christian Small Business Owner Who Won’t Bake Gay Wedding Cake (Video)
I was reading on a facebook page today: Soooo, would I be wrong to send a local KKK chapter a list of black businesses and tell them to demand that the business provide services for their next rally?
What a clever question… should the government be allowed to tell business what should and shouldn’t do even if it means doing something that the business considers unethical? Alan Colmes seems to think so and be imprisoned if they don’t obey government edict.
Ah, the tolerant left strikes again—
Far left crank Alan Colmes argued today that imprisonment or a fine is appropriate for a business that won’t serve gays.
Tucker Carlson: We can disagree on something without you calling the cops and getting you sent to prison because you disagree with me. Every gay person I know I think would agree with that… It’s sick to imprison someone who won’t bake a cake for a gay wedding.
Alan Colmes: We can argue about whether prison is a proper punishment, whether prison is a proper response. Maybe it’s a fine. But the fact is that I don’t see how baking a cake for a gay couple is a religious violation.
A Denver bakery that refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple is facing up to a year in prison for the offense.
Were you aware that 1-year ago Obama sued a trucking company for firing 2 Muslims who refused to fulfill the contract they signed to deliver alcohol. The EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) charged Star: Trucking Company [who] “Failed to Accommodate and Wrongfully Terminated Two Muslim Employees For Refusal to Deliver Alcohol Due to Religious Beliefs”. As long as people continue to allow this double standard when it comes to the Bill of Rights for some and not for all, no one will be safe in their right to free speech or freedom to worship as they may.
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