No one forced anyone to do anything. People take on to serve others when they open a business to the public.Forcing someone to give up their property in trade to another person is not tyranny?
No, you just have no clue how it applies.Well, we have a very different view on tyranny, mister anarchist.
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
The Coeur d'Alene ordinance is another example of a law that attempted to force the very kind of service you claim "no law has ever forced." It threatened the Christian owners of a for-profit wedding chapel with fines and jail time because they declined to let their business be used for same-sex weddings. The town backed down only when the owners filed a suit in federal court. The Supreme Court has made clear in West Virginia Board of Educ. v. Barnette and later in Wooley v. Maynard that laws which compel people to endorse, propound, or celebrate views they do not agree with violate the freedom of speech.
I don't care about this topic one way or the other, but from a logical stand point,
does anyone as a customer want to force a vendor to provide a service that they have stated
they do not want to provide?
Let's switch the roles, and see how it looks.
The Grand poo bah of the KKK approaches a black BBQ shop about catering their next cross burning.
The BBQ owner politely declines, the Grand poo bah, sues and forces the BBQ shop to comply.
Would you really want to eat that BBQ?
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville