It’s one thing to discuss what we would do as business owners in offering items/services that are against the commandments. It’s easy to speculate or even have an opinion, but it’s quite different if it really is your business. It’s kind of like the "Peter principle"…."Oh, I would never had denied Christ 3 times." Easy to say but you weren’t there. Any way what about you non-business owners, you who are employees?
Where do you draw the line in business and keeping the commandments? If you are against owning a business that would require being opened on the sabbath, or require serving alchol or tobbaco because of your morals, then what about working for a company that does? Is it different to work for a large corporation that makes some, a little or a lot of it’s profits from selling items/services that are against the commandments? Do our justifications change? Is it ok to say "I wouldn’t do that if I owned a business." but then work for a company who does?
I’ve owned businesses all my life. (quite a few different ones, in fact) some were opened on Sunday, some served coffee, some didn’t. I’ve been criticized by people who work for companies that did far worse things than serve coffee. That’s why I’m a bit sensitive on this subject. So where do you stand?