A business selling a product it stocks to a customer has never been considered an endorsement of what the customer does with the product after it is purchased.
You were the one who brought up irrelevant schools.This does nothing to address what I stated.
Did I stutter?You were saying?
Your link talks about the newlyweds cutting the cake and feeding it to each other. I must have missed the part where the talk about catering.
And the baker doesn't cut it and feed it to the newlyweds. And it's a cake, not a pizza.
You've gone from pizza, to catering, to caterers, to caterers sometimes supply cakes to "that means the pizza is religiously significant"
Do you really believe this somehow means catering a pizza makes it a religious practice?
You have not presented any argument that shows the govt can't ban discrimination other than "They can't do that" while I have referred to the numerous laws which have withstood court challenges. Even the wingnut christians who want to discriminate aren't claiming that the govt doesn't have the power to ban discrimination against gays - they're only arguing that they should have a religious exemption from that ban.
If they believed as you do, they wouldn't have a passed a law granting an exemption for the religious; They would have filed a court case.
Matthew 10:34Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
The lengths you are going to find something analogous to support the claim that catering is an endorsement goes to show just how tenous a grip on reality that argument has.
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.