Today, 01:04 AM
He said he doesn't agree with the nazi cake part because it would go against the Jewish baker's first amendment rights - but if a nazi came into a Jewish bakery and ordered a cake or a bagel, he thinks they should have to serve them. So a wedding cake baker won't have to make a penis shaped wedding cake, but they can come in and order something that they would normally make for a straight couple.
In principle he is wrong, but in reality he will gain a lot more traction this way - the country isn't ready for that yet, NOBODY on the left is ready for a candidate who supports businesses be able to hang signs that say "No Blacks Allowed". Rand would have had a tough time in the general on this issue alone, even though he has backtracked there is plenty out there to show that he had supported this idea (which he is right about, and he had balls to bring it up, but it was probably a bad strategy for a Presidential run). Gary Johnson was right in the debate when he said it was a "black-hole issue".
We can pick out liberty ideas that are popular, and the most important, like economics, individual liberty, privacy, foreign policy and get people rallying around them, and slowly introduce them to other concepts and over time hopefully they will accept more of them.. or we can be purists about all of our pet issues and have a difficult time getting anybody on our side..