If we are going to use the law to impose individual wants and desires to demand action of others…
TX Kevin

It’s only fair to “demand action from others” if such “action” is something that the provider provides for their other clients.

The argument of “I should be able to order a ham sandwich from a kosher deli” (or similar product-related arguments) doesn’t work here, because if the kosher deli doesn’t provide ham sandwiches for anyone, they don’t have to provide one for you.

Likewise, if a bakery doesn’t provide wedding cakes as one of their services for anyone, they aren’t required to provide a wedding cake for your wedding. However, if they provide wedding cakes at all, and if you have the money to pay for one, they must provide you with a wedding cake.

See how that works?

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