If a business can prove they have run their business according to their religious preference since the beginning of the business then I have no problems with them seeking this type of protection from the govt. On the other hand if they can't prove that they have run their business according to their religious beliefs since the beginning of that business then they should have no right to seek such protections.
So it isn't a violation of the Constitution. As long as the govt makes laws that effect business, then business should have a way of speaking out against the laws and govt. Small businesses are sometime nothing more then a few people, they are not all mega-corps.
Thu 5 Dec, 2013 03:25 pm
They do that indirectly when they demand that corporations
get to be treated as persons under the first amendment.
IF u can prove that the Authors of the Constitution accepted your point of vu, THEN u might have a viable argument.
Do u intend to give it a shot ??
i.e., do u have confidence in your stated position ?