- Jul 9, 2011
- Reaction score
- Franklin, TN
Buck Randall said:TennesseeTuxedo said:Buck Randall said:As long as they don't fall into a protected class, as defined by the government, yes. You can't discriminate based on religion, race, sex, sexual orientation, or disability. If you want to discriminate against people for saying saying things on the internet that you find objectionable, go for it. If they don't like it, they can change their behavior. If you refuse to provide service to me at your business because you think I'm a crazy liberal, that's your right.
Oxymoron right there. Of course you're crazy if you're a liberal.
An oxymoron is a set of seemingly contradictory words, so I doubt that's what you meant.
I think you might have meant to call "crazy liberal" redundant.
I thought it meant a very clean moron, you know like Oxident. Anyway, I'm open to this discrimination thing you're pushing against people who think differently. This movement has real potential.