Editorial: Courts push homosexual agenda

Homosexuals and their progressive pals (especially activist judges) want to force Americans to bow at the altar of tolerance for their perverted lifestyles.

Here’s proof.  In the State of Washington, the liberal Washington Supreme Court has ruled against a florist who refused to provide her services for a homosexual marriage. The court ruled that she violated the state’s antidiscrimination law even though it actually violated her religious beliefs.

A lower liberal court fined this great grandmother $1,000 in 2013. The court ruled that forcing her to make floral arrangements for the wedding of two men would not be an endorsement of homosexuality.

Her lawyers will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.

In another case in Colorado, a baker refused to make a wedding cake for a homosexual couple. That case is still before the Supreme Court. In New Mexico, the court refused to hear the appeal of a photographer who would not agree to photograph two homosexuals getting married.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee gleefully applauded the ruling in his state, saying, “By ruling that intolerance based on sexual orientation is unlawful, the court affirmed that Washington state will remain a place where no one can be discriminated against because of who they love.”

Jay and his ilk apparently refuse to tolerate anyone else’s belief while accusing them of intolerance.

How does that make any sense?

These are cases of the government forcing a private business to do business with people involved in immoral practice that violates the personal, religious conviction of the business owner.

This florist had sold flowers to these two homosexuals before but she couldn’t bear to ignore her Biblically based belief that homosexuality is a sin and an abomination.

The battle to save America continues.