We do not always work where we live and we definitely do not keep tabs on who is on duty in the erWhy would you live in a place where you couldnt get medical care?
We are fallible humans, petty and vindictive. Can you envision where policies that allow discrimination would lead?i dont see what you mean.
It is not about forcing anyone to do anything. Lets take the baker. He makes the cake and wants to sell it and as a retail business he sells it to the public. Key word here is public. There are a myriad ways to not be a retail baker and only sell to whomever one wants, but once you open a retail, read public business you have an obligation to serve the public. That is the real crux of the issue. The baker has the right to sell to only the people he wants, but he has to set up the business that way.It is extremely unreasonable to force someone to work for you and force him to share his property with you.
Aren't they entitled to the same rights as other religious people?public workers dont get thay freedom.
So is every establishment that is not a "private club" but it is open to people walking in from the street, you know the public.They are servants to the public.