Posted on: Jun 05, 2012 at 11:58
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A ruling from Judge Tim L. Garcia in the New Mexico Court of Appeals says states can require Christians to violate their faith in order to do business, affirming a penalty of nearly $7,000 for a photographer who refused to take pictures at a lesbian “commitment” ceremony in the state where same-sex “marriage” was illegal.

Judge’s Cynthia Fry and James Wechsler joined in the ruling by Garcia, which involved Elane Photography, whose owners, Elaine and Jonathan Huegeunin, are Christians and declined to do photography for lesbians Vanessa Willock and another woman.

NOTE: What happened to the "We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone" sign. Its my business, I started it, I own it and I will say who I serve. Our country has completely gone off the cliff and we have let it happen. Have mercy on us Lord.

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