Charles Horn 
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Re: “Jon Stewart on the "No Cake for Gays" Bill

It seems to me that a private business has the right to refuse service to anyone on any grounds THEY choose. There is no law that must be agreed to before an individual is licensed and permitted to open a business. If that business is successful or it fails, is solely up to the owner and they must take financial responsibility for their actions. Most restaurants have a sign on the door that states "we reserve the right to refuse to serve anyone" or "no shoes, no shirt, no service". Haven't heard any big WhoHaw over that one. How is this different? And who or what they choose is their business - no one else's. If they go bankrupt because they chose not to serve perverts, then they are the only ones that suffer. But again, it is THEIR choice not the governments. Arizona is merely agreeing that is the case. Don't understand why anyone would complain...just find another store that will serve those kind of people. It has nothing to do with religion or ethical opinion or politics or morality. End of argument You folks need to go find another windmill to joust with...

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Posted by Charles Horn on 02/21/2014 at 3:11 PM

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