Their Hate Won’t Stop the Cakes – IOTW Report

Their Hate Won’t Stop the Cakes

The owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, who were fined $135,000 and had to close their storefront business because they wouldn’t do a gay wedding cake, are sending cakes to a number of high profile LGBTQ groups on the West Coast.

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I’m not sure that’s the message I’d put on the top.

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“We’re doing this to show that we don’t harbor hard feelings toward the narrative that’s been put out about us. We don’t want to see these people hurting.”

And that’s why the Kleins are better people than I am.


11 Comments on Their Hate Won’t Stop the Cakes

  1. You’re right. I wouldn’t go there, do that. There is NO appeasing the “victim whiners”, they will always want more, more, more. It’s like trying to teach a pig to sing. You WILL fail, and just annoy the pig.

    But I might do, if I lived in the neighborhood, is to go to the Kleins, and ask them to bake me a cake, just as one neighbor to another, not as part of any business transaction. And I would slip them some money (about the amount they would normally charge if they STILL had a storefront), “just to cover the cost of their time and material”. Not to impose, just to be neighborly and all, ya know?
    If that worked the first time, I just might go back again, for another neighbor-to-neighbor cake. And urge other neighbors to do the same.

    There’s a way around EVERYTHING. I found that out being a Re-Up NCO for a couple of years.

  2. “But I tell you not to resist an evil person. But whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also.” – Jesus as quoted in Matthew 5:39

    I agree with Dr. Tar’s statement: “And that’s why the Kleins are better people than I am.”

    Truer Christians than they are very hard to come by these days.

  3. “But I tell you not to resist an evil person. But whoever slaps you on your right cheek, take him to the ground, get him into a key lock, and dislocate his shoulder.” even steven on iotwreport.com

    Sorry, I’m not a very good Christian.

  4. Every story about this $135,000 should include the money we raised to help pay them out of that hole. The last time I checked they were up a few hundred thousand. If they closed their doors due to money, I’d like to know why? Also, it would be nice to see a separate story on the generosity of those of us who tried to help them.

  5. And the scriptures also say not to do your good works before men (in front of others, to be seen by them) for your reward from them (men) will be all you get.

    Sorry to throw water on that gesture…er good work, but it’s just not right. My first thought was…. “why are they doing this?” It is the law that they be prosecuted for not making a cake. An evil law..

    How about we ignore the scum who did this to you,… made you close your business and not congratulate them. The LGBTQ crowd will only hate that couple more. Nothing is achieved for anyone in this gesture.

  6. As they’re responding to those who hurt them and not giving to the poor and needy, I’m not sure it counts as good works. I am sure it’s an act of forgiveness. “And forgive our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.” What do they achieve? Everything, it’s explained here: Matthew 6:14.

    Hate even more? Impossible. But it is possible some with hate in their hearts begin to see the light and the path to eternal life.

  7. A true Christian will not bend over for homosexuals. Never cave to sin. Tolerance of evil is evil.

    I am deeply offended by this and I want my $500,000 and an apology from the queers and their media and government pimps.

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