Thursday, December 17, 2009

What happened to freedom of religion?

This is the gay-activist version of tolerance:
A district judge in New Mexico has affirmed a state Civil Rights Commission order that a small photography company pay $6,600 for refusing to violate the owners' Christian beliefs by photographing a lesbian "ceremony," even though same-sex marriage isn't legal in the state. (WND)
Whatever happened to Freedom of Religion in America? There were, no doubt, dozens of photographers who would have loved to have this lesbian's business, yet she prosecutes this Christian. When people of faith can be forced by law to violate their religious convictions, we no longer have freedom of religion.

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