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Isn't it GREAT that LuLuewelen can compare a gay couple being denied a "Custom wedding cake" to a Black man not being able to order a?

Isn't it GREAT that LuLuewelen can compare a gay couple being denied a "Custom wedding cake" to a Black man not being able to order a? Topic: Case source of supreme court cases
April 21, 2019 / By Abe
Question: regular breakfast? I guess I missed the part where Gay men were considered 4/5th of a man, EH? Source: Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in same-sex wedding cake ... https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/04/politics/... 2 hours ago - The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake to ... SCOTUS rules for baker in same-sex cake case.
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Shona Shona | 8 days ago
Actually, the 4/5th compromise DID NOT consider ANYONE less of a person than anyone else, and made the 13th amendment that banned slavery possible. Slave owners wanted to count slaves, who couldn't vote, equally to slave owners for the purpose of representation in Congress, but not count them at all for purposes of taxation. That would have guaranteed non-slave states never had the votes to abolish slavery. Also note: NO ONE has actually been accused of refusing to serve a gay couple non-custom products offered to anyone else. They ONLY refused to make custom items, as they reserve the right to do in ALL cases.
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Shona Originally Answered: Isn't it GREAT that LuLuewelen can compare a gay couple being denied a "Custom wedding cake" to a Black man not being able to order a?
Actually, the 4/5th compromise DID NOT consider ANYONE less of a person than anyone else, and made the 13th amendment that banned slavery possible. Slave owners wanted to count slaves, who couldn't vote, equally to slave owners for the purpose of representation in Congress, but not count them at all for purposes of taxation. That would have guaranteed non-slave states never had the votes to abolish slavery. Also note: NO ONE has actually been accused of refusing to serve a gay couple non-custom products offered to anyone else. They ONLY refused to make custom items, as they reserve the right to do in ALL cases.
Shona Originally Answered: Isn't it GREAT that LuLuewelen can compare a gay couple being denied a "Custom wedding cake" to a Black man not being able to order a?
I never understood the case in the first place. Someone doesn't want to do business with me I don't want to give them money. I would have found another baker, and in that case got all my same-sex couple friends to do the same. I would have got the word out that they treated me like that so that no other couple would go to them. Sure the place might not end up closing, but I can only do so much.

Petunia Petunia
I never understood the case in the first place. Someone doesn't want to do business with me I don't want to give them money. I would have found another baker, and in that case got all my same-sex couple friends to do the same. I would have got the word out that they treated me like that so that no other couple would go to them. Sure the place might not end up closing, but I can only do so much.
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Marlie Marlie
I saw this coming once the Hobby Lobby ruling was made identifying a corporation as having the same rights as individuals. And you can't deny that race, gender, disability, religion, national origin, etc. are protected, but not gay people. Or jerks. When (or if) that changes the SCOTUS will have to reconsider.
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Marlie Originally Answered: How do I get nuketown 2025 if you didnt pre order black ops 2?
The code is in the case for all the first print of the games, it's not just for those who pre-ordered it. That was used by retailers to get people to preorder...all about money. However once those are off the shelves, it will be no more. I bought mine Thursday after it came out, just picked it up off the shelve.

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