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Texas radio ad denies service to Obama fans and “nonchristian Arabs”

Oct 28, 2011 By Abraham 14

The good part starts at :45.

(via Bag of Nothing)

14 Comments

  1. Jessica says:

    Wow. Just exactly what our society needs. A man like that teaching like-minded individuals to use handguns… I laughed at his political humor, but the religious prejudice crosses a line.

    1. ihateyouequally says:

      The only thing more dangerous than individuals with guns. Is Religion, which leads those people with guns.

  2. Missy says:

    Ask yourself, if he had said “I will not teach this class to any idiot who would vote for Perry or any fundamentalist Christians” would you be outraged or think it was cute and funny and applaud him?

    His business, he can do what he wants.

    1. MitchMartin says:

      Sorry, “His business, he can do what he wants” doesn’t fly. The ability to issue a permit is granted by a government agency, therefore putting a religious or political test on this is illegal. He could well lose his license, which would be fine with me.

  3. Joe says:

    I don’t have near as much trouble with this as I suspect I’m “supposed” to. The man owns his opinions as well as own business. He runs things as he sees fit, and is obviously catering to the perceptions of his customers. I’m sure that there are plenty of Obama supporters who are just as vocal with equally pernicious objections to those whom they oppose. You don’t have to look too hard to find them these days. They’re usually camped out downtown.

  4. Ferry says:

    I have more of a problem with his refusal to serve Muslims. That’s not an issue of “his business, his opinions,” that’s segregation and discrimination, ’60s style. He can do whatever he wants about political views.

    Oh but I think the best part is that he will accept gold, silver, and used handguns as payments…what century is this??

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