Our friends at Campus Reform were at it again...asking the "next" generation about the Supreme Court ruling regarding the Colorado baker who refused to create and design a cake for a gay couple's wedding.
There are many SMH moments.
While the host makes some tremendous comparisons, it's too bad he forgot to mention this important clarification. The "couple" was welcome to buy any cake or product in the store displays. They just could not compel the baker to create one he found personally offensive.
That little nugget is why it was not a discriminatory practice for the baker to say, "No" and I suspect many folks missed that point.
A screen printing company does not HAVE to make a t-shirt with profanities (or anything else it deems offensive). The store would have to sell any shirt, hanging and available for sale, to anyone, but making someone create something they find offensive is protected.
This is a great share to your illiberal friends.