Equal protection under the law? Or is it, as George Orwell put it, "All are equal, just some are more equal than others?"
Coffee shops can put up signs saying, "No guns allowed," but florists are not allowed to say they do not provide flowers for homosexual marriages. San Francisco can keep out Walmart and Starbucks, but we can't keep out casinos and porn stores.
Going naked at a protest is freedom of speech, but singing a Christmas carol in a public square is offensive to others. Do we all have equal protection under the law, or should I just get used to an anti-Christian, anti-conservative legal system?
PATRICIA HOLTEN, Richland