But a company can deny service based on the type of clothing one is wearing. Like the typical "No shoes, no shirt, no service" signs. Is that not discriminating against that group of people?
I understand that you cannot deny service to people based of there skin or discriminating. The problem is that the "discriminating" word covers a lot of things. People need to be more descriptive in how they utilize such words.
And if anything the owners are saying they are unable to fulfill a service due to their religious beliefs. They are not denying them service. In fact they said that they would offer them any thing else from their p;lace of business. But now they gays are prosecuting the owners based on their religious belief that they should be married. If they can do that why can't the owners say they can't marry them because they don't believe it is right?
This post was edited on 8/15 at 3:16 pm