Amadeus
Good Faith...
Wed Dec 6, 2017 2:52pm
104.129.196.85 (XFF: 198.36.89.22)

A standard service is one thing, i.e. a generic wedding cake. I think we agree that if you sell to one, you must sell to all.

A custom service is another. But the thing is, the baker would be expected to treat all customers equally. If a hetero couple asked for a white cake, three tiers, with an arch on top, decorated with golden and red frosting roses - and the baker agreed, and then a gay couple asks for the same thing, but the baker tries to charge them ten times as much (to get them to go away) or refuses, that isn't negotiating in good faith. It is discrimination once again.

It isn't easy to keep a deal from closing without tipping your hand that you're trying to do just that.

Amadeus

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