The Washington Post, which is apparently eager to justify political hatred and violence as long as it’s aimed at people they disagree with, actually gave op-ed space to the owner of that “restaurant” (I put it in quotes because real restaurants are in the hospitality industry) who ordered my daughter and her family to leave and go eat someplace with a nicer owner and better food. Surprisingly, this op-ed was not to publicly apologize for her unprofessional behavior, which would have been both appropriate and wise, but to double down.
She wants the current outbreak of rudeness and lack of class toward political opponents to become universal, as long as it targets people whose politics she disagrees with…or people who “spread hate,” which is how political disagreements are described by those who are literally choking on their own hatred for people of differing views. Here’s a sample of the suicide note she wrote for her business disguised as an op-ed:
“New rules apply. If you’re directly complicit in spreading hate or perpetuating suffering, maybe you should consider dining at home. For the rest, your table is waiting.”
No, thanks, I wouldn’t want to sit at that table. How do I know you’ve squeegeed the spit off it from the last customer who didn’t live up to your personal standards of rigid leftist groupthink? Besides, I can get better chicken at Chick-fil-A, where everyone is welcome.
Instead of linking to her garbage article, I’m linking to a great write-up on it by Lisa Carr at the Victory Girls blog, who brings up the elephant in her inhospitable dining room:
If it's the "new rule" that business owners have a right to refuse service to people who offend their personal moral codes, then isn't she arguing that Christian business owners have a right not to have to violate their religious beliefs by being forced to provide services to same-sex marriage ceremonies?