Posted on | December 10, 2013 | 6 Comments
a judge in Colorado ordered a baker to serve gay couples and produce wedding cakes for them, even though it is against the religious believes of the baker and even though gay marriages are banned in Colorado.
What if tomorrow a priest will refuse to perform a gay ceremony? Will a priest be forced to do so by a judge or will he face penalties and jail for refusing to follow the order of the judge?
What if a Muslim family asks a baker to make a cake for a man and four women getting married, because according to muslim religion a man can marry 4 wives?
Are there situations like these in California and other states? If there are, please, contact me at 949-683-5411 or firstname.lastname@example.org
this needs to be heard by juries of our piers and not by judges who are often politically motivated and do not really represent the people of this nation. we have a judicial tyranny which propes the regime. It is time for the public to regain its’ voice