I actually agree with you on a moral level. I didn’t actually present an argument so much as suggest a middle ground that protects rights. The bakery owner did not refuse to sell his goods to the gay couple-He refused to make them a wedding cake because the religious community he ascribes to might frown upon his support of LGBTQ marriage. I personally think he should have sucked it up and provided the service, and he chose not to and to exercise what he felt his First Amendment right to religious freedom entitled him to. Was that morally wrong for liberals such as myself? Yes. Was that morally wrong for millions of believing Christians and Muslims? No. It was morally right for them. It’s up to the Supreme Court to decide on which Constitutional rights to uphold to the greater degree — Rights that our United States military serve to protect.

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