alright lemme explain this again,the 14th amendment prevents discrimination without due process of law.supporting an opposing view point is not against due process of law.the 14th amendment allows forthe interest of the state,blocking anyone who doesnt agree with politician is not in the interests of the state,as seen by aclu lawsuits in the past for similiar discrimination.
corporations areviewed as people under court ruling and the 14th amendment,therefor the first and fourteenth amendment applyu to them.therefore every single argument made by liberals has been founded on emotion and not LAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!this same principle applies to the mosque on ground zero and any other discrimination forbusiness not based off facts towards business itself.
example i could deny chick fil a for the reason too many restaurants were around,i couldnt deny them for political beliefs,unless they refused to hire minority,gay,etc who were qualified.this is how the law works,not the law works unless i feel it shouldnt because my point of view is supreme hitler style and everyone elses is inferior.
“You can lead a horse to water, but it is probably crowded with all those people you taught to fish.”
Ya gotta love it. Chick-fil-a is bashed over it's anti gay donations and they are criminals and unwelcome in Chicago. Islamic countries like Iran put to death gays and they are totally in line with Chicago values. Simply amazing! Guess we know where Rhambone really stands.Minister Louis Farrahkan reopens his Chicago restaurant
July 12, 2012
By: Wendell Hutson
The popular Salaam restaurant on Chicago’s South Side reopened on July 1 after closing more than a decade ago and is expected to boost economic development for poor, minority communities.
On June 27 Minster Louis Farrahkan, leader of the Nation of Islam, met with clergy and religious leaders at the $5 million renovated Salaam to discuss among other things the rebirth of the restaurant.
Minister Louis Farrahkan reopens his Chicago restaurant - Chicago CIty Hall | Examiner.com
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"Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." - John Adams
Am I the only one who realizes that Rahm Emmanuel doesn't actually care about "Chicago values" (LOL)? He just wanted publicity and praise from this. He didn't do this for any actual principles.
"It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to." - W. C. Fields
People on the other hand can react. We can not buy his products, we can call him out for being an asshole, we can encourage people to not buy his products. The difference is the government vs people.
“Chick-fil-A values are not Chicago values,” said Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a statement to the Chicago Tribune. “They disrespect our fellow neighbors and residents.”
Emanuel was vowing his support for Alderman Proco Moreno’s announcement that he would block construction of a Chick-fil-A restaurant in his district.
However, in any official capacity, such as in a fund raiser or talking to their friend, they should be seen as private citizens and have the benefits of what they (should in their capacity) seek to protect.
This is how I judge these types of matters at least, others may disagree with my methods.
In this case and context, I find what the government of Chicago is doing to be unethical. If they want to lead a private boycott or something like that, more power to them, but they shouldn't do this sort of thing while on the clock so to speak.
The **** do I care about the owners views? I like their fries, so I will continue to purchase their fries.
I love the NSA. It's like having a secret fan-base you will never see, but they're there, watching everything you write and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that I may be some person's only form of unconstitutional entertainment one night.
Meanwhile, some companies think differently.
Amazon CEO gives $2.5M for Wash. gay marriage law | Local News | The Seattle TimesAmazon CEO gives $2.5M for Wash. gay marriage law
Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie announced a gift Friday of $2.5 million to the campaign to defend Washington's same-sex marriage law.
Cue up the outrage from the religious right whack jobs.
Define "Chicago Values". I grew up in that crime drenched toilet under the iron fist rule of Richard J. Daley, "The Pig". Like him if your opinion doesn't match his you should be forced to leve the country. The political left in America will not tolearate any opinions other than their own much like Stalin and Mao.
Think if Trump get elected how much resistance he will face with in all phases of our country from people to military to politicians. He must not win.