Of course not if it was in my control and it was discrimination based on sexual orientation.
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I patronize whatever business I like. If the owner doesn't approve of homosexuals, it's not my concern. And if he's violating some law, it's not my job to enforce it.
Depends, if it was a business owner morally opposed to SSM and didn't want their products to be used to advance that I'd be fine with the business. If they flat out banned all gay people I wouldn't put my money there.
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It would depend on what is meant by "discrimination".
A place that says "no, you are a homosexual, get out"? Generally, no.
A place that says "we won't serve gay weddings"? Sure, I'd eat there.
Worth noting, Democrats: President Trump will have a Pen and a Phone. #Precedent.
I would not patronize a business that discriminated against any group.