Today's award goes to the Colorado Civil Rights Division for this intellectual monstrosity.
Colorado's legal battles between religious freedom and gay rights continue to play out in the not-so-sweet arena of bakery cake requests.
Last week, the Colorado Civil Rights Division ruled that Denver's Azucar Bakery did not discriminate against William Jack, a Christian from Castle Rock, by refusing to make two cakes with anti-gay messages and imagery that he requested last year.
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Last year, the Colorado Civil Rights Division ruled that another bakery, Masterpiece Cake Shop in Lakewood, could not refuse to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, calling it discriminatory.
There's more at the link.
One wonders whether the Colorado Civil Rights Division has ever heard of a concept called 'Equality before the law'. It says that all persons must be treated equally in terms of the application of laws. If the first instance cited above is not discriminatory, then neither was the second. If the second was discriminatory, then so is the first.
If I lived in Colorado, I'd now be publicly declaring from every available platform that henceforth I would disregard every single decision, ruling, regulation or decree coming out of the Colorado Civil Rights Division, on the grounds that it had terminally compromised its integrity and standing. Just who do those
Verily, the mind doth boggle . . .