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09/11/2013

Oh the irony: Anti-gay bakery owner attacked 'Bully' movie; gay acceptance is 'a LIE,' 'communist mind set'

by Jeremy Hooper

You know Aaron Klein, the co-owner of that Oregon Bakery (Sweet Cakes by Melissa) that is claiming to be the victim of bullying simply because his business was told it had to comply with his state's nondiscrimination laws? Yeah, well—look at what one of the far-right's newest "victims" posted to his public Facebook wall earlier this year:

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So we gay folk are not fit for cakes, anti-bully initiatives, or even basic acceptance. Anything else, Mr. Klein, or is this where your conclude your attempts to deny millions of citizens of their rights, protections, and peace of mind?

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