Last edited by upsideguy; 02-27-14 at 02:43 PM.
The correct analogy would have been a baker that baked all occasions cakes. The baker got an order to bake a gay cake for the Adam and Steve wedding. The cake decorator refused on religious grounds to decorate a wedding cake for Adam and Steve. If the baker were to fire the decorator without allowing her to work on the another cake instead of...then the cake decorator could have filed an EEOC claim of non accomodation.
Now if the owner informs his employees prior to hire that he make all sorts of cakes...gay cakes, boob cakes, Cinco de mayo cakes..and if the employee accepts the job, then that is a different story.
See how that works now? Has nothing to do with Sharia law or the love of muslims.
The woman consistently posts lies about Muslims, as with so many others she likes to pick and choose events that support her beliefs, nothing that contradicts those beliefs can ever be real....the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) a/k/a the Minorities Litigation Commission (EEOC never helps White males or Christians or Jews who are discriminated against)
Just three cases where the EEOC sued supporting Christian workers, there are others
Magnetics International to Pay $30,000* To Settle EEOC Religious Discrimination Suit Magnetics International to Pay $30,000 To Settle EEOC Religious Discrimination Suit
Grand Prairie Burger King Franchisee Sued by EEOC for Religious Discrimination Grand Prairie Burger King Franchisee Sued by EEOC for Religious Discrimination
EEOC Sues Consol Energy and Consolidation Coal Company for Religious Discrimination Mining Companies Forced Evangelical Christian to Retire Over Hand Scanning, Federal Agency Charges
The NFL pulled the 1993 Super Bowl from Arizona after the state legislature refuse to approve a holiday honouring Dr Martin Luther King.
“And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
~ James Madison, letter to Edward Livingston, July 10, 1822
I do agree misstating the byline with the intent to inflame or tilt/make the news is an outrageous practice for a real news organization: I expect better of CNN, yet Fox is Fox. However, it is hypocritical to call one party out on it and accept it from another, which is what you have done here.