Home Letters To The Editor Going against a person's religious beliefs is illegal - homosexual or not!

Editor:

Why has no one noticed the obvious?

Anyone insisting a business cater to their personal demands when it is against the scriptural religious convictions of those business owners is guilty of religious discrimination. 

Neither Jews, Muslims nor Christians can be publicly forced to participate in an activity opposed by their faith and morality. This is legal conscientious objection. 

The 1st Amendment specifies freedom of religious exercise. That is not nullified by homosexual exercise as current cases prefer you believe, and justifies suing anyone who discriminates against your constitutional freedom. 

They can freely go elsewhere – your rights can't and are not required to.

Ira White - Portsmouth VA

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