Hypocrisy of Homosexual Tyranny Exposed

wedding_cakeTheodore Shoebat at shoebat.com Awareness and Action proved that the Left, specifically the homosexual activist movement, is as hypocritical as you might have guessed.

Shoebat’s group called 13 bakeries that are homosexual-owned or are owned by pro-homosexuals and asked them to make a pro-traditional marriage cake for an event.

Unlike the homosexual activists who claim they should be able to force their will on Christian bakers (and other Christian businesses) and force them, it’s suddenly different when a homosexual baker is asked to make a cake that promotes real marriage.

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Their polite requests for a cake in support of real marriage were sometimes met with profanity and some pretty vile comments.

It’s okay for them to “choose not to do that,” but it isn’t okay for a Christian baker to not make a cake that participates in the counterfeiting of marriage.

It’s “hateful” to expect a homosexual baker to make a cake that supports real marriage, but it isn’t “hateful” to force a Christian baker to make a cake that violates their conscience in supporting counterfeit marriage.

As some of us have known for a long time, “tolerance” and “equality” and all that blather are one-way streets for the Left. You, the decent, normal American are expected, no demanded to acquiesce, no applaud the Left’s depravity…but expect anything remotely similar from the Left and you can expect to be laughed in your face.

Are you listening, you gutless “Republicans” who claim that protecting Christian businesses is wrong (I’m being gracious in calling you gutless, and letting you slide on the fact that you’re probably completely on the side of the Leftists, just so that you know I have “compassion”)?

Stop letting these gutless “Republicans” get away with flimsy-*** excuses like this. Treat them like the friends-of-the-Left that they are, and toss them out of office with the Democrats. Then let’s get our country back on track before we meet with complete ruin.


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Bob Ellis has been the owner of media company Dakota Voice, LLC since 2005. He is a 10-year U.S. Air Force veteran, a political reporter and commentator for the past decade, and has been involved in numerous election and public policy campaigns for over 20 years. He was a founding member and board member of the Tea Party groups Citizens for Liberty and the South Dakota Tea Party Alliance. He lives in Rapid City, South Dakota with his wife and two children.
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  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.anziulewicz Chuck Anziulewicz

    No one should be discriminated against because of their sexual orientation or marital status. I don’t care whether the couple wanting a wedding cake is Gay or Straight, or if the bakery is run by Christians, Muslims, Atheists, or a Gay couple. If prevailing civil rights laws ban discrimination based on sexual orientation, Gay-owned bakery that refuses service to Straight couples is violating the law.

    But I do find it rather telling that this article fails to note the wording on the theoretical cake: “Gay Marriage Is Wrong.” That makes this entire story pretty contrived.

    • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

      For once, these homosexuals are right: no business owner should be forced to do something they don’t want to do, especially if it violates their conscience.

      How pathetically sad that some in this country-a country founded on religious conviction and religious freedom-are incapable or unwilling to acknowledge this fundamental truth.

      Nothing about the story is contrived. What is the message of a cake for a counterfeit wedding for homosexuals: that counterfeit marriage is right and acceptable. Forcing a Christian business owner to produce a message contrary to their wishes (much less their religious beliefs) is wrong, just as forcing a homosexual business owner to produce a message contrary to their wishes or beliefs is wrong.

      The two-faced hypocrisy of the homosexual movement is truly astonishing.

      • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.anziulewicz Chuck Anziulewicz

        Frankly, for a Straight couple to use the happiest day of their lives to order a cake that says “GAY MARRIAGE IS WRONG” would be pretty pathetic, and I would expect such a couple to have absolutely NO Gay friends, otherwise they wouldn’t be so tactless. But you know what, Bob? If I ran a bakery, I’d take their money! I’d make them the best damned wedding cake their money could buy, and I even make the “GAY MARRIAGE IS WRONG” message truly eye-catching. If the couple wants to throw their money at a Gay baker just to make a point, it says far more about their petty fears and prejudices than it does about marriage equality for Gay couples.

        • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

          Use the happiest day of their lives to order a cake that says ‘GAY MARRIAGE IS WRONG”? Did you even listen to the videos? It doesn’t sound like it.

          If you had a bakery, in America it should be your decision whether you facilitate a message that is contrary to your beliefs or not. YOUR decision, not the governments, and not anyone else’s.

          If a homosexual couple wants to throw their money at a Christian baker-and leverage the coercion of tyrannical government to FORCE that baker to something contrary to their conscience and religious tenets-it says far more about their petty insecurities and prejudices than it does about so-called “marriage equality” for homosexual couples.

          • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.anziulewicz Chuck Anziulewicz

            Whatever you say, Bob. I just wonder if all the “Religious Freedom Restoration Acts” that are being proposes will allow Christian-owned businesses to also discriminate against Muslims, for example. This website is a perfect example of how much animosity there is toward Muslims these days.

            • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

              Animosity? Christians aren’t the ones blowing up innocent people in the name of our God, nor are we beheading innocent people in the name of our God, nor calling for democratic nations to be wiped off the face of the earth. You should check your facts before you make yourself look look like an idiot or propaganda artist in public like that.

              I would hope that any good religious freedom protection measures whould not only protect the right of Christians to not be forced to violate their consciences and religious tenets, just as I would expect them to not force Jews and Muslims to sell pork, et al.

              Freedom isn’t hard to figure out…for those who are truly interested in it.

  • thisoldspouse

    It’s very telling that activist homosexuals are piling onto every posting of this article in various forums to find distinctions were there isn’t any. They claim that if a business serves the public, they must serve everyone, and then prove that they are just lying when they say that businesses may refuse service to people in certain, multiple instances for a variety of reasons. So, I guess being a member of “the public” depends on the viewpoint held. Wow! Talk about unequal treatment. Talk about creating second-class citizens.

    Hypocrisy never had an uglier face.

  • Work35

    This is not Hypocrite! Here is the problem with the story. “He called 13 prominent pro-homosexual bakers and asked them if they’d bake him a cake bearing the words “Gay marriage is wrong.” If he would of going to the gay bakers and asked him to make a straight wedding cake and they refused it would’ve been the same thing as the Christian baker refusing to make a wedding cake for same sex couple. But instead he asked them to put something on the cake that is a slap in the face. Who would do that? This is not the same, and it’s very obvious. Try again.

    • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

      See my previous rebuttal to Chuck Anziulewicz’s fallacy.

      Demanding that a Christian business participate in an attempt to counterfeit a marriage is a slap in the face.

      Try again.

      Better yet, don’t try again. Try adjusting to reality. It takes a man and a woman to create a marriage. Two men or two women lack the necessary elements to join two human beings together in a meaningful, useful, functional union.

      • Work35

        I respectfully disagree. Marriage is many different things, to many different people. I for one am happy it is this way.
        The article is talking about the baker’s being hypocrites. I see this example as comparing apples and oranges.

        • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

          You can disagree all you want, but disagreement doesn’t change reality.

          I disagree with the posted speed limit in many areas where I live; that doesn’t change the reality of those speed limits.

          The Creator of the universe and everything in it (including all men and all women) says it is formed by a man and a woman. No amount of different people’s disagreement with that will change the reality.

          And the bakers most definitely are hypocrites, if they support forcing Christian business owners to do something they don’t want to do, yet expect the freedom to not do what they don’t want to do.

          And yes, it is a case of hypocritical apples and oranges: homosexuals are somehow entitled to do whatever they want and demand that everyone else go along with it, while people who agree with reality are expected to ignore the truth and applaud what is wrong. Apples for the homosexual activists, oranges for others.

          It doesn’t get more hypocritical than that.

          • Work35

            SSM is going to happen, that’s a reality.
            The comparison of the Christian baker and the gay bakers is apple to oranges. If they went to the gay bakers and ask them to make a cake for a Straight marriage, and the gay bakers said no, that would be a good comparison. If the couple who went to the Christian Baker and said make me a cake that says Christians religion is wrong, that would fit this story’s scenario.
            To call them hypocrites, the scenario has to be the same.

            • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

              Agreement on a delusion is going to happen…why? Because your’e counting on moral torpitude or ignorance to carry the day? That’s a pretty pathetic thing upon which to base one’s hopes. I have faith that the American people will eventually wake up from this insanity, and like shaking off a bad drunk, we’ll go back to recognizing reality.

              And no, your comparison is (likely intentionally) weak and ineffective. Christian business owners know that to be forced to facilitate fraud is the same thing as forcing a homosexual baker to say that counterfeit marriage is wrong; forcing a Christian business owner to make a wedding cake for a counterfeit wedding is forcing the Christian business owner to make a statement contrary to his own wishes and beliefs.

              The scenario is the same. Just as with counterfeit marriage, no amount of wishing reality away will change it.

              They are flaming hypocrites.

              • Work35

                Bob it was nice talking with you, but nothing I said is ignorant. So have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

              • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

                Ignorant or deliberately incorrect, I can’t say for sure, but you’re counting on ignorance and moral bankruptcy on the part of the American people to provide what you seek. That’s a shame.

                May you find The Truth in this, His season, and in the new year.

              • Work35

                And may you find understanding, in all the seasons.

              • http://www.americanclarion.com/ Bob Ellis

                Thanks to The Truth, I’ve already found it.