These, in my opinion, are the faces of two people who do the gay community more harm than good. You can see the hate in their eyes for anyone who stands true to their own faith, and, refuses to conform and express dutiful “love” for them.
Firstly, their repetitive accusation that this baker, Jack Phillips of Colorado, … said “we don’t want your kind here,” is nowhere on record as being said, nor has that statement ever been proven. The truth is that he served the gay community as he did any other group or community in his bakery, on a daily basis. He refused to participate in their upcoming nuptials, by baking their cake, because of his faith.
I wonder why they simply did not go elsewhere to purchase their cake. I wonder if they knew of his commitment to his faith. I wonder if they decided, together, to use Jake Phillips as sort of “example” of retribution for their perceived social injustices. And, I wonder how much of it was for their “social retribution,” and how much was simply … for monetary gain. This is all speculation on my part. But, still … I do wonder.
I wonder why they don’t understand that one cannot force love or respect. Good manners and fellowship with others should always prevail … however … love and respect are earned. Personally, I don’t believe that suing someone and ruining their business, resulting in huge financial losses, affecting not only Mr. Phillips, but the employees he had to lay off … is a great way to encourage love and respect.
I don’t believe it’s community lifestyles or groups that divide us … I believe it’s the people within the communities and groups … trying to force their ideology and lifestyles on others … their need to “make others love them” that divides people. Maybe these two ( Charlie Craig and David Mullins) should consider ways of which to create love and respect … and not divide.
Their pictures are in the link below.
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Debbie Barth: 6/05/2018 at 3:53 pm EDT
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