SCOTUS same-sex wedding cake decision: How both sides say they got here today

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ABC News' "Nightline" spoke to cake artist Jack Phillips and married couple Charles Craig and Dave Mullins last week, before the Supreme Court's ruling Monday in Phillips' favor.

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*On a serious note though, this guy is a talented baker. 🎂*

Автор — Harambe Jr.

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This is kinda like going to a Muslim restaurant and wanting to order pork.

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I'm gay and I wholeheartedly support this baker.
These entitled queens make me ashamed everyday.

Автор — AugustanFinn

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Sorry this seems like a cry for attention. You could literally _smell_ the victim complex on these two. This couple _could_ and _should_ be able to understand as adults that subscribers to a different belief and especially of a different faith have no obligation to provide a service that would contradict that faith. That baker did nothing but respectfully deny them a cake from _his_ store, yet they acted as if they had been denied their humanity.

Автор — Joylyn Pan

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Leave this man alone. You don’t like the customer service go to a different store

Автор — veerchasm1

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Ironic that the people preaching tolerance are the least tolerant of all. The poor baker denied them no other products besides a wedding cake and respectfully declines service, while the oh-so-accepting gay couple cusses him out and leaves, tweets about it, and causes his business to spiral downward. Beating down anyone who disagrees with your “progressive” regimen isn't tolerance; it's fascism.

Автор — Joylyn Pan

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I'm very glad that the baker won, but I'm even more glad that there are still people like him left that stands up for his faith regardless of the consequences. God Bless Jack Phillips, and I really hope to be like him.

Автор — Sean Peters

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He has the right to not serve them. It's his store.

Автор — Rebel90x

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No empathy or sympathy for the gay couple. It was a deliberate, planned attack.

Автор — 축구하는아이.

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This is a no brainer. No one has the right to impose/force their ideals on a custom service/business that has religious beliefs. They used this mom pop business as a legal platform, they could have gone elsewhere. Glad baker won.

Автор — Urethra Grundle

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I'm gay and this doesn't bother me. As long as you don't infringe on my ability to live my day to day life, I don't care what your views about my sexuality are.

A business owner has the right to refuse service, period. They can just as easily not tell you why they're refusing service, they don't even owe you a reason.

Автор — God Monkey Abu

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He's recently been facing the same backlash over refusal to make a cake for a transexual's transfer...(whatever they call it) party. Leave the man alone! I'm sure everyone is well aware of his beliefs by now, stop bothering him just to get media attention. He's acting well within his rights. People expect him to respect their beliefs while stepping on and disregarding his?

Автор — 0 5

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You go to another bakery. It’s not a law suit. Those 2 are trouble makers

Автор — Cynthia McKenzie

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He offered to sell them anything else, he didn't refuse service period.

Автор — Noel López

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I really hope and pray that this all backfires on the gay couple, and people will wake up and realize that it's Christians that are being oppressed in situations such as these. The LGBTQ+ community is not fighting for tolerance, but agreement. They say that Christians are forcing their beliefs down their throats, when in reality the LGBTQ+ community is demanding that Christians denounce their faith and accept the idea that homosexuality is not sinful. Who's really forcing their beliefs down the throats of those who disagree with them?

Автор — Sean Peters

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They seem like rich, privileged cry-babies. He is just a working man with a religion. Gay people will never be normal.

The only other place to legalize gay marriage is Sodom. America is doomed when it chooses perversion over G-d. This is offensive but it’s the Truth.

Автор — Anthony Westcot

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I can’t believe that he had no choice but to get rid of wedding cakes all together. And it cost him 40% of his business 😮. He did the right thing though. They could’ve simply left the store because he has the right to refuse service at his own business. There’s so many other cake companies that do wedding cakes that support gay marriages! Smh they caused a whole lot of drama for nothing

Автор — Elizabeth N.

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As a gay man, I'm appalled by the couple.

Автор — Ether Jumper

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Nothing good happens when a government forces one man to oppress how he practices his faith in order to push how someone else thinks on him. He even offered to make other options. He did not object to baking something for them, in fact was willing to do so for any other item in his shop. The couple rejected all of his attempts to offer them support and instead fired what I call a frivolous lawsuit. The man is an artist, and you can't force anyone to sell you the art they create.

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When gods on your side, incredible things can happen.

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