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05/20/2014

That discriminatory Oregon cake baker's Facebook post right after state legalized marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

At 3PM Pacific time on 5/19, Oregon got marriage equality. Minutes later, that state baker who drew national attention because of her desire to discriminate against same-sex couples posted this to her (now in-home) business' Facebook page:

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[Sweet Cakes by melissa]

Gluttony's a front-and-center sin, Mel. Not sure a biblically rigid baker of wholly unnecessary and highly caloric foodstuffs that feed into such gluttony should be casting stones.

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