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  • NOT SO BOSS: Springsteen Can Refuse Services But A Cupcake Baker Cannot

    Bruce Springsteen recently canceled a concert scheduled in North Carolina. He did it because he expressly disagrees with the position taken by the NC State Legislature on LGBT discrimination.

    Didn’t he just do exactly what those horrible cupcake bakers in Colorado did? That baker refused to sell a wedding cake to a couple of gay guys because he disagreed with their position on gay marriage.

    The bakery lost their discrimination case.

    The hypocrisy is rampant. Why is it okay for Springsteen to discriminate against an entire group of people (North Carolinians), while the baker can’t?

    Why has no one who was wronged by his cancellation sued him?

    A petition has been started to support “The Boss” and his right to refuse business.

    According to The Daily Caller:

    “Bruce Springsteen has a right to his deeply held beliefs. He has a right to control his business and refuse to do business with those he disagrees with,” the petition reads.

    “He cancelled the concert just days before he was to perform, and did so specifically because he disagreed with the beliefs of the people of North Carolina.”

    Apparently, it’s okay to be discriminatory as long as you agree with the discrimination. Sorry BOSS, that’s not how the law works.


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