Not catering to marriage claims of same-sex couples are creating a legal and financial nightmare for people whose religious beliefs are getting in the way of forced compliance to evolving social causes that carry the force of law and heavy penalties for non-compliance.

Here’s the latest:

Chris Sevier says that if same-sex couples are able to get married and demand that Christian bakers make them wedding cakes, then he should be allowed to marry his laptop and demand a cake to celebrate the union between one man and one machine.

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The self-identified “machinist” says he married his laptop in a ceremony in New Mexico, and now he has sued to demand that a Colorado baker — who is already in court after refusing to bake for a same-sex marriage — must be compelled to make cakes for him and his computer “bride.” He also has filed a lawsuit demanding that Utah recognize his man-object marriage. (Washinton Times)

I wonder how the IRS will rule if he claims his “married” laptop as a deduction.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2015 that the fundamental right to marriage is guaranteed to everyone, and by extension, everything. If a baker can be sued for not baking a cake for a same-sex wedding, then there shouldn’t be any limits on what a baker or other wedding service company should be forced to do.

Bakers, photographs, and florists are being persecuted by homosexuals and their legal sycophants in the courts for refusing to supply services for lifestyles that clash with their religious beliefs.

You will recall the case of Sweet Cakes by Melissa. The bakery was fined $135,000 for refusing to make a cake that was for a same-sex wedding. The bakery did not refuse to sell a cake; it was the message on the cake that resulted in her refusal. Her case isn’t the only draconian legal action that was taken to force someone to comply with an immoral, irrational, and unconstitutional law.

Colorado baker Jack Phillips was targeted by homosexual activists over his religious beliefs when he declined to make cakes for a same-sex wedding. The Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruled in the homosexuals’ favor and ordered Phillips to make the cakes and to provide sensitivity training for his Masterpiece Cakeshop employees. Colorado courts have refused to provide relief from the demand Phillips promote a message with which he disagrees. Phillips has filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court.” (Source)

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear his appeal. For sane Americans, this should be an easy decision, but we no longer live in sane times when we read a headline like this: “Transgender man gives birth to boy.” No, a woman, who believes she’s a man, gave birth to a boy. Or when news outlets refer to Bruch Jenner as “Caitlyn.”

An Oregon couple has had to close their business because the state has made it impossible for them to do business because they will not serve same-sex couples who want to marry.

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