Bowing to political correctness


Back in the days of free enterprise and before political correctness, any businessman could show any customer the door without having to justify it. Remember the days of “no shirt, no shoes, no service?”

If a customer was crude, lewd or rude he was simply shown the door.

Now people from minority groups can claim they have been harmed or discriminated against and sue.

Yet another example of making a legal mountain out of a molehill.

What could have been regarded as a business opportunity for others sharing their views is, instead, used to ignore the rights of the most abused minority of all — a devout Christian. They would rather try to bully every winery to sharing their obvious intolerance of anyone who doesn’t bow and scrape in the name of political correctness. How sad.

Patricia Ross

Walla Walla



Iopine says...

Very profound letter.

Posted 12 May 2013, 3:05 p.m. Suggest removal

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