George Will: Gays Demanding Equal Rights Is ‘Not Neighborly, And It’s Not Nice’
George Will, on Fox News Sunday, believes the 1964 Civil Rights Act already settled the issue, and for the LGBT community to force businesses to serve them is neither “nice” nor “neighborly.”
“That’s a settled issue,” the pundit noted. “That said, this too must be said: It’s a funny kind of sore winner in the gay rights movement that would say, ‘A photographer doesn’t want to photograph my wedding — I’ve got lots of other photographers I could go to, but I’m going to use the hammer of government to force them to do this.’”
“It’s not neighborly and it’s not nice,” he added. “The gay rights movement is winning. They should be, as I say, not sore winners.”
But in the end, Will advised bakers to serve same-sex weddings.
“Bake the cake,” he said.