You can boycott all you want. Like I said, I’d take my business elsewhere myself. The Indiana law however, is a response to recent court decisions forcing people to provide services against their conscience, which is where Locke would take issue, but I’m all for people voting with their dollars. I’m not for government telling people what to do. The reason the neo-fascist mystics don’t shoot the property rights angle is they don’t respect property rights either, as evidenced by their love of government forcing their morality on society. One side is right for the wrong reason, and other is wrong for the right reason, is all I’m saying.
 March 30, 2015 at 7:19pm
A true liberal would respect property as the essence of freedom. John Locke even wrote that government’s only legitimate purpose is to protect property, so “liberals” won’t be boycotting Indiana. Progressive statists, those wanting government force to project their morality, are split on the issue. Meanwhile the punk hipster socialists you call “liberals” aren’t likely to visit Indiana anyway.
 March 30, 2015 at 4:33pm
I don’t know. That somehow seems different, and would seem to fall under the category of a specific social club, but I have a pounding migraine and the brain really isn’t wanting to work atm. I can say, I’d prefer to hang out with all libertarians if it were possible.
 March 30, 2015 at 2:20pm
Their definition of diversity and tolerance revolves around inclusion, whereas they see the law in Indiana as exclusion. Not really hypocritical just a different perspective. I’m all for the property rights argument, but I wouldn’t frequent an establishment that did discriminate.
Agreed. It shouldn't matter what reason, whether it be religious or non-religious; as long as they own property, people should be able to refuse who they want coming on it. If a business owner doesn't want to do business with a certain group of people, that certain group of people should just go elsewhere; let the Free Market do the rest.
Government shouldn't be allowed to force businesses to provide service for people they don't want to.
When you open a business in a commercial property and put a sign above the door that means that you are open to the public, and that means all of the public. This has absolutely nothing to do with property rights. The kinds of businesses involved in these discrimination/religious freedom cases almost always operate out of properties that they do not own. Even if do own their places of business, don't on paper; they will incorporates as two businesses with the same owners and have a lease with themselves in order to separate ownership of their property from the liability of the business operating on it.
Justangry you're argument is no longer applicable with the US' current infrastructure spending. Stop making it.
You literally didn't build that.
 March 28, 2015 at 8:45pm
Such as? Besides, I didn’t say there was zero health risks, I said sugar is more dangerous, but if you want to try to show that weed causes more problems than, say diabetes, go for it. You’ll be wasting your time.
 March 28, 2015 at 5:53pm
Dad should have explained, “I want a lawyer”.
 March 28, 2015 at 5:50pm
The sugar causes more health risks than the weed. Pretty soon it will be illegal too.
They are going to legalize sugar? I did not know a bill had been introduced!!!!
That is a lie justangry. There is plenty of health risk with weed.
All that resin is slowing your synapses.
The risks associated with smoking of un-regulated weed are immense. Unless you like smoking roundup, you might want to grow your own.
 March 28, 2015 at 5:15pm
Almost everything up here is a chain, which is why I never really go out to eat either. Same crappy food from the same suppliers, same ambiance, same noise, same annoying waiters, same floor plan. Mom and pop places are disappearing. You can find a few hold outs in small towns, but the suburbs are centrally planned deja vous inducing pits. I would rather eat a hot dog over a campfire in the woods. I do get my BBQ sauce shipped up from a place at the UAB campus though.
 March 28, 2015 at 1:34pm
Signs you might be a terrorist…. You’re a CIA operative, defense contractor, or are wearing ME garb.
 March 28, 2015 at 1:27pm
“Excessive complaints about the screening process”
Think “F off, you uneducated fascist perverts” qualifies? I swear they aren’t even qualified to make me a decent Whopper.
Well, that ain't gonna happen now anyway since Warren Buffett is screwing up Burger King. About a year ago while out shopping the wife got hungry and wanted stop for something quick. I swear that I will never return again even though I rarely stop for fast food anyway.