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Jim Crow on Steroids: Fox News Contributor Kicked out of Miami Restaurant for the Crime of Being Black and Conservative!


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10 hours ago, BS Wildcats said:

I’ll tell what they will say.  Not a damn thing.  Can you imagine the “outrage” from big girl if this happened to Whoopi?

She doesn’t even care that he is black, she won’t like him for his political views, and that from the side of compassion. Really from the side of two-faced losers. 

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19 hours ago, Reagan said:

@Big girl @UT alum @DonTheCon2024   What say you?!

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Really? Cry me a river. A business owner can refuse service to anyone for any reason excepting racial discrimination.  Bakery refusing to bake cake for same sex couple ring any bells?  You all are a bunch of crybabies.  Moral outrage when your peeps are dissed, high fiving when peeps you don’t like are dissed for the same freakin’ reason. The principle is the same, but I keep forgetting that in here principles are as fluid as mercury.

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2 hours ago, UT alum said:

Really? Cry me a river. A business owner can refuse service to anyone for any reason excepting racial discrimination.  Bakery refusing to bake cake for same sex couple ring any bells?  You all are a bunch of crybabies.  Moral outrage when your peeps are dissed, high fiving when peeps you don’t like are dissed for the same freakin’ reason. The principle is the same, but I keep forgetting that in here principles are as fluid as mercury.

Surely you aren't equating sodomitic, sexual perversion with a race of people?!

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12 hours ago, BS Wildcats said:

I’ll give you credit.  Big girl just turns and runs with her head tucked between her legs.  Still haven’t figured out why she won’t answer a simple yes or no question!

 

Because to her, he’s an “Uncle Tom”

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This really can’t be compared to the gay cake. No one was kicked out of the bakery, just refused to make a cake representing gay marriage, which they believe to be morally wrong. This man was kicked out of a restaurant just because he is conservative. Had he ordered something peculiar and was refused, I would understand the restaurant’s stance. 

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50 minutes ago, baddog said:

This really can’t be compared to the gay cake. No one was kicked out of the bakery, just refused to make a cake representing gay marriage, which they believe to be morally wrong. This man was kicked out of a restaurant just because he is conservative. Had he ordered something peculiar and was refused, I would understand the restaurant’s stance. 

What if they think that's morally wrong? 

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1 hour ago, baddog said:

Well I’m sure some do, but you don’t kick him out of a restaurant. You just don’t serve him mashed potatoes shaped like a penis. 

 

3 hours ago, baddog said:

This really can’t be compared to the gay cake. No one was kicked out of the bakery, just refused to make a cake representing gay marriage, which they believe to be morally wrong. This man was kicked out of a restaurant just because he is conservative. Had he ordered something peculiar and was refused, I would understand the restaurant’s stance. 

Yes, it can. They refused service to a willing customer because they did not like their beliefs.  Would you have a problem with a Cowboy’s ejection of an Eagles fan from their establishment?

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14 minutes ago, UT alum said:

 

Yes, it can. They refused service to a willing customer because they did not like their beliefs.  Would you have a problem with a Cowboy’s ejection of an Eagles fan from their establishment?

If the gay man had ordered anything besides a gay wedding cake, he wouldn’t have been refused service. This man was kicked out. If you can’t see that difference, then it’s just because you don’t want to. 

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I'm on the fence on this one... As a business owner, I appreciate the right to refuse service to anyone. I had a restaurant for several years and the local Catholic church along with Birthright would use my parking lot to protest abortion (with my permission). I would not have allowed a pro-choice rally in that same area. Nor would I accept a private party booking for an anti-gun group. It was my place, and I wasn't breaking any laws and was never challenged. That being said, anyone that wanted to quit frequenting (boycott) my business because of my actions was certainly free to do so.

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18 minutes ago, SmashMouth said:

I'm on the fence on this one... As a business owner, I appreciate the right to refuse service to anyone. I had a restaurant for several years and the local Catholic church along with Birthright would use my parking lot to protest abortion (with my permission). I would not have allowed a pro-choice rally in that same area. Nor would I accept a private party booking for an anti-gun group. It was my place, and I wasn't breaking any laws and was never challenged. That being said, anyone that wanted to quit frequenting (boycott) my business because of my actions was certainly free to do so.

Though my actions would have been opposite under those circumstances, we agree in principle.

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39 minutes ago, baddog said:

If the gay man had ordered anything besides a gay wedding cake, he wouldn’t have been refused service. This man was kicked out. If you can’t see that difference, then it’s just because you don’t want to. 

They didn’t come in to buy cupcakes. The principle is refusal of service. You are too immersed in the right wing fueled culture wars. Your conservative brethren was “canceled”. Boo boo.

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15 minutes ago, UT alum said:

They didn’t come in to buy cupcakes. The principle is refusal of service. You are too immersed in the right wing fueled culture wars. Your conservative brethren was “canceled”. Boo boo.

That’s so much better than being immersed in the woke crapola. Believe what you want Yogi. 

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