Why can’t The ‘Church of Bacon’ be Given Equal Rights?

Via Las Vegas Review Journal: John Whiteside went into his local Wells Fargo Bank branch to have a document notarized for his church. By the time he left, he said,...

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Via Las Vegas Review Journal: John Whiteside went into his local Wells Fargo Bank branch to have a document notarized for his church. By the time he left, he said, he had withdrawn all of his money, closed his account and accused branch employees of discriminating against him on religious grounds.

Whiteside is the founder of the United Church of Bacon, a five-year-old congregation of atheists and other skeptics that now boasts some 4,000 members worldwide, roughly 500 of them in Las Vegas.

Do we as a society need to learn to be more accepting of those that chose to have beliefs that may seem ridiculous or be taboo to the popular opinion? Or have we gotten to a time where being politically correct makes everyone have to walk on eggshells?

Say it how you feel it. #DoReMe

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