Monday, February 27, 2012

Hairstylist refuses service to homosexual politician

If that were really the case, what would that politician do to that stylist?

Instead, it's the other way 'round.

The governor sensibly votes with her feet. What if a Tea Party stylist had refused service to, say, Barney Frank and made it known he was doing so because Frank is homosexual? What would have happened?

1 comment:

MzEllen said...

I wrote on that a few days ago. I figure that if we want a conscience clause, we need to be graceful if they want theirs. Plus, there's a "good for the goose" aspect that we can point to - see, some on your side want to choose their clients based on ideology - why shouldn't we?