Wednesday, April 4, 2012

T-shirt homofascists.

Should a t-shirt company owned by a homosexual be forced to print a t-shirt that said,"God hates fags"? Should a Jewish-owned t-shirt company be forced to print t-shirts for a neo-Nazi gathering? Should any company be forced to print a message that they had a problem with?

If a man can be prevented from merely passing out Bibles at a "gay pride" event, can't a Christian decline from supporting an anti-Christ message?

“...GLSO wanted “Hands On Original” to print shirts for the city’s fifth annual Lexington Pride Festival. The store offered to find another company that would honor its price – but that wasn’t good enough for the GLSO.

...“Over the past 20 years, we have declined to produce several other products with different messages than the one at issue here because we disapproved of whatever message it was, and it never had anything to do with discrimination,” he wrote. “People reading this may disagree with my view on the current issue, but I hope they will join us in supporting our right to decline an order that promotes a view so contrary to our personal beliefs.”

...Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, condemned the attacks on the t-shirt company and said Adamson has as much freedom to reject homosexuality as his customers do to endorse it.

“The Left still insists that personal morality take a backseat to its radical agenda,” Perkins said. “Whether it’s a t-shirt company, wedding photographer, or the church, homosexuals will not be satisfied until they compel us to either spread their perversion or promote it.”...”

Full article here.

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