Originally Posted by cosmo20002
Your link was about requiring a facility that is rented out to the public to be accesible to all people, with discrimination not allowed based on race, religion or gayness. It did not require a church to perform a gay marriage in any way.
If a church wants to get into the facility-rental business, it can't discriminate. If it wants to discriminate, it can stay in the religion business. That sounds reasonable to me.
This is exactly what we're talking about, thank you for proving the entire point. You want the government to enforce Churches to "not discriminate". Which is just another way of saying you don't want them to be able to practice their beliefs.
Why can't you at least be honest about your intentions?