Cynthia and Robert Gifford Just Shrugged !

Posted by Tsul-Kalu 5 years, 10 months ago to News
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A husband and wife who were fined $13,000 and told they could not discriminate against same-sex couples after refusing to allow a gay wedding on their New York farm have announced that they will “no longer host any wedding ceremonies on their property.”

“Going forward, [Cynthia and Robert Gifford] have decided to no longer host any wedding ceremonies on their property (other than the ones already under contract),” Alliance Defending Freedom attorney James Trainor told TheBlaze in a statement.
(When the Gov tries to Force you, fine you, for not bowing / cowering before their assumed (false) ultimate power mind set.. Some will stand and Shrug! I hope more do this, and maybe the minority who Force others to accept their ideology will stop whining/sueing/trying to control all who disagree with their choices) Its about control not fairness, as No Justice or Fairness for the Giffords. However Giffords are right.

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  • Posted by Genez 5 years, 10 months ago
    Just like the baker, photographer etc that are being told they "have" to cater to gay customers. It's frustrating to see all these people that say 'choice' and free will are so important get all bent out of shape when a Producer chooses to exercise choice in whom they will produce for. Suddenly, it's no longer about choice but "Rights". It seems obvious that there is an agenda at work. I agree, spend your dollars with people you agree with. It's just like the uproar over Chik Fil A a few years ago.. My answer was, "if you don't like it, don't eat there". That's the whole point of freedom. Apparently those who speak so highly of freedom, don't agree with allowing it for everyone else...
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  • Posted by Snoogoo 5 years, 10 months ago
    It always amazes me how people claim discrimination and then, in turn try to force something on a business under the threat of force (a fine in this case) How is it any different than someone using an abusive slur against you? I have a close family member who happens to be gay, but she is smart enough to recognize there is no difference. If someone refuses you service, you just take your business elsewhere, isn't that how gay bars make money? Your feelings might get hurt, but if you are a grown up you should know how to deal with that.
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