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Thursday, October 24, 2013

How the Gay Movement Goes after ANYONE Who Won't Bend the Knee

I'm beginning to think a little guerilla warfare is in order. How about the overbaked "wedding" cake for the gay couple and the oversalted pasta or really ordinary photos with busy backgrounds and Or calling in sick? Can't take pictures if you're running to the bathroom or throwing up. (Working at a gay "wedding" would make me want to vomit.) How about the badly fitting tux or a few missing studs? Or stained tablecloths and napkins? What are they going to do? Sue you? Those types of lawsuits are almost impossible to win. Yes, there's more than one way to skin a cat as they say. And at the same time, you can pray, pray, pray for them.

Of course, I'm all for refusing to the point of going to jail myself, but somebody supporting a family doesn't have that luxury. It is not direct cooperation with evil to provide flowers or a cake for an event even when it's an immoral one. But you can sure impact future gay orders by the quality of the product. And since homosexual activists are trying to immorally coerce the consciences of everyone who disagrees with them, I think a little passive aggressive resistance is completely legitimate. Hey, yesterday I accidentally overbaked a tray of cookies. I could easily overbake 20 trays for a gay "wedding."


Dymphna said...

I say do the cake and then donate the money to charity that works with former homosexuals and have a sign on the wall that says the baker will do just that. If you're a seamstress sew a green scapular into every wedding gown. If you're a florist sprinkle ever arrangement with Holy Water.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Great ideas, Dymphna, and much more charitable than mine.