From the Press Release:
Thirty percent of the country now lives in a state where gay couples can marry, and Americans’ views are warming faster than ever. But the shrinking group of politicians who still oppose allowing gay couples to marry often argues that doing so would infringe on the religious liberty of marriage opponents.
...The results of our national poll are clear:So, once again to the Roman Catholic Bishops and the Baptist Blowhards: you do not get to discriminate against us in the civil sphere. In secular business, members of your faith do not get to deny LGBT people services that they freely offer anyone else., just because they are gay.
- Americans know that our laws and Constitution already robustly protect religious liberty, and they do not think marriage or non-discrimination laws threaten religious beliefs or practices.
- Voters oppose new proposals which would allow government employees, businesses, or individuals who oppose marriage on religious grounds to deny services to gay people or couples.
- When it comes to religious exemptions, voters are clear that they should be limited to places like churches and synagogues and people like pastors, priests, and rabbis.-
If you have a question about that, just substitute the word "Jew" for "gay" in sentences like "I shouldn't have to sell gays a cake, because they are against my faith." Yeah,doesn't work, does it?
On the other hand, how about this, "My church refuses to marry a Jewish couple." That's fine. no problem. You have every right to say that. But Why wouldyou think a Jewish couple want to be married in your church in the first place?
Can you spot the difference?