Wednesday, December 6, 2017

One Of The Most Important Supreme Court Cases To Be Heard



I support Masterpiece cakes 1 million percent in their right to not be forced to make a cake that goes against their personal beliefs.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Supreme Court Justices are risking huge repercussions from whatever decision they render.Increased security measures to protect them will be implemented at our expense.Irregardless of their decision this will come to pass.

Anonymous said...

Their decision should be what is correct, not what some different people require.
A waste of resources. If I were the cake guy, I would just put a figurine of a male and female on top of the cake. If the love birds don't like it they don't have to accept it. Simple....do you take this man to be your husband, not do you take this man to be your wife.
Society needs to screw their heads on straight.

Anonymous said...

Was it ever really about the cake? We're not getting the "truth" of why such a fuss over butter and flour.

Anonymous said...

I'd just give them two of each figurine and say... Have at it!

Anonymous said...

You are blocking comments again.

Anonymous said...

No offense, but if a baker says to you, "You are too fat JT, I can't contribute to your unhealthy lifestyle" What say you?

Jonathan Taylor said...

I would be fine with that

Anonymous said...

Not an issue for me. If baker doesn't want to make the cake find one that will. I don't think this company was the only baker in that City? Someone trying to just make a point against them, I will force you to bake this cake. Don't think so! Supreme Court will do the right thing and vote in favor of the baker. I'm like JT, they can refuse me, I don't care. Krispy Kreme is always open! HOT-N-NOW

Anonymous said...

2:12 It is about someone being forced to participate in something that is against their faith not just against something they might no like. It's about the baker not being forced to do something that goes against their faith.

Anonymous said...

My sympathies are with the baker and I admire him for standing firm on his beliefs. However I also believe in the law and I believe that any company that sells to the public should sell to ALL the public. Imagine if this gentleman owned a motel. Would it be okay that he should not allow a gay couple to stay there. What if this gentleman believed that races should not mix. Would it be okay to deny service to a mixed race couple? While I wish that the gay couple had simply walked out and gone to another shop, I believe that the law it clearly on their side.

Anonymous said...

WHITECAKESMATTER

Anonymous said...

5:32 I disagree. If the owner refuses to sell to any perspective guest / buyer it's the owners loss....the guest / purchaser is welcome to pursue other vendors. I call it an open, free market place.

Anonymous said...

During wartime they allowed special provisions for conscientious objector's out of respect for their religious beliefs I see no difference here.

Anonymous said...

5:32 The baker does sell to anyone. He had no problem selling to gays. What the issue is him being forced to participate in a same sex marriage by making the cake. They are free to come in and buy a cake at any time including one for their wedding. They want him to create a special cake just for them and for the occasion.

Anonymous said...

What this is are gays wanting to show off. They do have real issues with wanting to show off and bring attention to themselves. There are many other bakeries who would have no problem doing this but these gays seek out ones they know are against it so they can make a name for themselves. I used to not have a problem with them and used to think whatever to each his own but this has all gotten me to the point that they can all go to hell and I hope they do. Gross perverted sickos. So miserable with their own disgusting putrid crude vulgar perverted ways that they want to bring others down with them.

Anonymous said...


The circumstances with the cakemaker are distinguishable from those of a motel. The cakemaker offers different renditions of cakes based on the customer. A motel offers the same rooms and same services to all. I get the artistic expression argument the cakemaker is making. I think the court will come down on the side of the cakemaker. Else the next cakemaker will be a female forced to prepare a bachelor party cake shaped like female genitalia. It's crystal clear a female cakemaker in a case like this can say no.

Anonymous said...

What would Jesus do? Jesus would do as He did in other cases. Point out their sin. Tell them to go and sin no more.

Jesus wouldn't celebrate their commitment to live in sin permanently. Jesus was never soft on sin.

Anonymous said...

I say don't judge them and just charge them triple the cost and donate the money to your church.

Anonymous said...

Why would these homos even want a cake made by someone who has the guts to let them know in no uncertain terms that they think they are gross perverts. For all they know the baker could put crap in the cake or something else. Of course being so perverted and nasty the homos would probably get off on eating a crap cake.