Saturday, April 4, 2015

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Wedding Cakes

Americans have a right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness and wedding cakes!  Wedding cakes isn’t in the Declaration of Independence?  Surely, it’s in the Bill Rights.  No?  Are you trying to tell me the First Amendment declares we have a right to religious freedom and association, but no wedding cakes? 

In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, (probably in a vain attempt to evade the all-seeing eye of federal government bureaucrats), the state of Indiana and a small town pizzeria have come under attack for defending and espousing religious freedom, to be more particular, Christianity.

Militant gays and their praetorian guards in the media have been hunting down Christians, whom have the audacity to exercise their beliefs beyond the church doors.  If you hang a cross in your business, you’re the one who could be crucified, just ask Memories Pizza.

Progressives would have us believe that businesses are public establishments and owners are mere servants.  After all, you didn’t build that!  If your religion believes a marriage is between one man and one woman and participation in a gay wedding violates your conscience, that’s too bad.

Our military has provisions for conscientious objectors.  Your conscription into the Gay Army is nonnegotiable.    

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