The whole Indiana RFRA controversy prompts a few interrogatories. Such as:
• If a member of the Westboro Baptist Church asks for a bakery to create a cake with their motto “God hates fags,” will the baker be charged with discrimination if she refuses?
• If a baker agrees to bake a cake for a gay wedding, but as matter of practice includes the slogan “God hates fags” in, say, Aramaic script on the side of the cake, wouldn’t this be protected speech and/or “expression” under the First Amendment?
• Just curious: why hasn’t anyone been to a Muslim bakery to press this newfound frontier of anti-discrimination? Ah—Steven Crowder has. Will the Human Rights Campaign Fund descend upon Dearborn, Michigan, tomorrow about this outrageous injustice? I’m not holding my breath. Video is about 5 minutes long: