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Oregon Bakery the latest victim of gay marriage crap

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Should Chick fil a have to open on Sunday now too?
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View PostJoeGator, on 22 January 2014 - 07:11 AM, said:

I googled it.

http://www.foxnews.c...lesbian-couple/

This isn't anything new, been happening for a while.
read the part where people with those lifestyles are purposely targeting Christian owned businesses?

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View PostPuddingTime, on 22 January 2014 - 07:12 AM, said:

Should Chick fil a have to open on Sunday now too?
absolutely

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View PostFlyingEagle, on 22 January 2014 - 05:51 AM, said:



One, the word fag is no different to the N word. Act like a grown ass man.

Two, yes.
you just used the word "fag" in your post....

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View Postpossumslayer, on 22 January 2014 - 07:17 AM, said:

read the part where people with those lifestyles are purposely targeting Christian owned businesses?

I did.
I'm not surprised though.
Gays are just like vegans- they will shove their ideas down your throat until you agree with them.
Absolutely nothing is as important to them as gay rights.

:lanekiffin: the economy, :lanekiffin: the national debt, :lanekiffin: foreign affairs- but they could write you a 8,000 page essay about how important gay rights are.

They think they are crusaders.

Edited by JoeGator, 22 January 2014 - 07:23 AM.


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View PostJoeGator, on 22 January 2014 - 07:04 AM, said:



You're so morbid in the mornings.
and now I have the urge tooo watch lesbian porn again...

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So, it was against their religion to make a cake?

I'd love to see that passage in the Bible.

Don't get me wrong- I disagree with what the Bureau of Labor is doing, but it seems it would be a non-issue if the store just made a cake, since no where in the Bible does it say anything about what they do. I don't really understand the philosophical basis for the stance of the store owners. Of course, this gets more into the question of whether businesses can deny service to anyone they choose, and more specifically- if they can, do they need to express their reasoning for denying service when they do so. Did this store simply deny service, or did they go out of their way to ensure the couple knew WHY they were denying service (which seems unnecessary)

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View PostJoeGator, on 22 January 2014 - 07:19 AM, said:

I did.
I'm not surprised though.
Gays are just like vegans- they will shove their ideas down your throat until you agree with them.
Absolutely nothing is as important to them as gay rights.

:lanekiffin: the economy, :lanekiffin: the national debt, :lanekiffin: foreign affairs- but they could write you a 8,000 page essay about how important gay rights are.

They think they are crusaders.

You cannot be THIS ignorant... Why should those who feel oppressed quiet down in order to sort problems YOU consider to be more important than their rights?

"Civil rights? Nah...worry about vietnam right now..."

There are always more important issues, but keeping quiet does nothing more than empower the ignorant.

Talking about Gay rights here, not snobbish vegans.
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Lulz.....merge with a&e duck dynasty.

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View PostFlyingEagle, on 22 January 2014 - 07:50 AM, said:

You cannot be THIS ignorant... Why should those who feel oppressed quiet down in order to sort problems YOU consider to be more important than their rights?

"Civil rights? Nah...worry about vietnam right now..."

There are always more important issues, but keeping quiet does nothing more than empower the ignorant.

Talking about Gay rights here, not snobbish vegans.


When the goal of a group is to cause as many problems and as much chaos as possible, in order to achieve what they want, I have a serious problem with it.

Gays aren't special.
If they want these rights so badly, and it is so vitally important to the history of the world- move to any of the number of states where they can have them.
I'm just exhausted by their tactics of bullying people into acceptance.

Edited by JoeGator, 22 January 2014 - 07:58 AM.


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View Postpossumslayer, on 22 January 2014 - 07:17 AM, said:

read the part where people with those lifestyles are purposely targeting Christian owned businesses?

I'm sure some of them do. Which makes it even easier for them to disgust me.  Not only are they pushing their lifestyles on others, but the are attacking those who don't believe in it. This is not all gays, but there are many who feel that people who don't approve are to be destroyed, just like many liberals.

I will never support that lifestyle.

Call me a homophobe if you want. But you'd be dead wrong.....can't call it a phobe when I possess no fear....

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The owners of this business or any that are targeted by LGBT (and make no mistake, they target these businesses to further their 'cause') make a mistake by refusing service.  

This bakery, for example, should have just accepted the order for the cake and conveniently misplace the order so as to not have it ready when the lesbian 'wedding' day arrived.  OOOPS, so sorry...here, we'll refund your deposit and apologize for the mistake.  

Or just use friends/family to flood the bakery with verbal purchase orders to the point they just don't have the production capacity to fit in the lesbian couple's cake....sorry, we're just too busy!  

Or get totally confused with the order and make a call to the couple every hour or two the week before the "wedding" asking inane questions about the most insignificant details regarding their order....only to make a birthday type cake (pre-made or bought from supermarket) instead and apologize for the mistake when they arrive to pick it up.  

Or close the bakery the day of pick up due to flu.

Or have a small fire in the back the day of the pickup and accidentally spray the cake with flame retardant foam.  

All done with smiles and apologies.....and offers of discounts of 69% on future orders....that inevitably get screwed up.  However does this baker stay in business with such horrible customer service???

Posted Image happens when you run a business...none of it is under your control most of the time.

Let me get this straight. We're going to be "gifted" with a health care plan we are forced to purchase and will be fined for if we don't, written by a committee whose chairman says he doesn't understand it, passed by a Congress that hasn't read it but exempts itself from it, signed by a president who smokes, with funding administered by a treasury chief who didn't pay his taxes, to be overseen by a surgeon general who is obese and financed by a country that's broke.

What could possibly go wrong?


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I think there are more tactful ways to refuse service for sure.
Would be much easier on themselves to not announce they won't serve gay couples, especially in freaking Portland, Oregon.

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View PostFlyingEagle, on 22 January 2014 - 07:50 AM, said:

You cannot be THIS ignorant... Why should those who feel oppressed quiet down in order to sort problems YOU consider to be more important than their rights?

"Civil rights? Nah...worry about vietnam right now..."

There are always more important issues, but keeping quiet does nothing more than empower the ignorant.

Talking about Gay rights here, not snobbish vegans.

And Gays aren't snobbish? FML. That's hilarious. These groups of Gays who stir up all this nonsense are the equivalent to the New Black Panther Party.  Fighting for the rights of blacks/gays.

And they are marvelous and cheery bunch I tell ya.

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View PostWayzUp, on 22 January 2014 - 08:16 AM, said:

The owners of this business or any that are targeted by LGBT (and make no mistake, they target these businesses to further their 'cause') make a mistake by refusing service.  

This bakery, for example, should have just accepted the order for the cake and conveniently misplace the order so as to not have it ready when the lesbian 'wedding' day arrived.  OOOPS, so sorry...here, we'll refund your deposit and apologize for the mistake.  

Or just use friends/family to flood the bakery with verbal purchase orders to the point they just don't have the production capacity to fit in the lesbian couple's cake....sorry, we're just too busy!  

Or get totally confused with the order and make a call to the couple every hour or two the week before the "wedding" asking inane questions about the most insignificant details regarding their order....only to make a birthday type cake (pre-made or bought from supermarket) instead and apologize for the mistake when they arrive to pick it up.  

Or close the bakery the day of pick up due to flu.

Or have a small fire in the back the day of the pickup and accidentally spray the cake with flame retardant foam.  

All done with smiles and apologies.....and offers of discounts of 69% on future orders....that inevitably get screwed up.  However does this baker stay in business with such horrible customer service???

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I like the way you think. Lol

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