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02/21/2014

That discriminatory Oregon bakery: We've denied gay people on more than one occasion

by Jeremy Hooper

I've already shown you how the owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, Aaron and Melissa Klein, have admitted that it's homosexuality itself that they oppose and not just same-sex marriage. Now the Kleins have also admitted that the one incident that got them in hot water with the state was not, in fact, the first act of discrimination against a gay customer:

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[Sweet Cakes by Melissa]

It's not about whether or not it's "silly." And it's not fine. It is against the fairly enacted laws of the state of Oregon and many other locales. Do you all not get that—or do you just not care?

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