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12/04/2013

Melissa Klein shunned a lesbian customer because of her 'lifestyle'—but is 'shocked' at how mean people are

by Jeremy Hooper

Melissa Klein made national headlines when she and her husband told a lesbian customer that they could not and would not make a cake for her wedding ceremony. But she's the "victim" of course:


SOURCE: Focus on the Family

"Better and nicer people"? What, because turning away a client while she's planning one of the happiest events of her life is both good and sweet?

I swear, while this movement and its militant push for discrimination is the obvious bad thing that brings us all to this fight, these folks' refusal to take responsibility for anything is the more annoying aspect of the whole debate.

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