In a Supreme Court brief, Phillips’ lawyers said he would be “happy to create other items for gay and lesbian clients.” His lawyers state that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CADA) shouldn’t have the right to stop Phillips from politely declining to make the cakes when he will make other products for same-sex couples.
Which begs a question.
Why would anyone want a cake from someone who doesn't want to provide one?
Did they know that he would refuse and did it for the attention to the cause and a lawsuit?
Was this the only wedding cake shop in the city? (No even close)