Show of HandsShow of Hands

Finny December 6th, 2017 11:28pm

“Businesses should be able to deny service to anyone as no one is entitled to someone else’s services”

10 Liked

Comments: Add Comment

liam2013 iowa
12/07/17 3:00 pm

If you offer a service it must be available to everyone. Otherwise, it is discrimination. Would you like parametics to be discrimitory?

lcamino Florida and Georgia
12/07/17 5:41 am

There might be age requirements, dress codes, or behavioral standards that could be reasonably expected.

JohnnyGuitar
12/06/17 11:28 pm

Not based on race. Religion yes.

Domino3 Abolish the ATF
12/06/17 7:21 pm

Of course. Simple free market philosophy

Reply
evoecon nearest binary system
12/06/17 7:09 pm

People can unfairly discriminate, it is a problem when government encodes unfair discrimination.

Reply
theNobamist Silicon Valley
12/06/17 6:47 pm

Businesses can toss you out if your a menace to other customers. Loud drunks tossed from bars and restaurants, as are people arguing.
Running naked on the field gets you tossed from a game.
So you can toss people out for reasons and not for reasons?

Reply
theNobamist Silicon Valley
12/06/17 6:45 pm

Remember the classic sign from the 70s:

No shirt
No shoes
No service.
No shit

Zod Above Pugetropolis
12/06/17 6:04 pm

You are either in a business that is open to the public, meaning all of the public, or you are not. I'm more than fine with not, in the cases of bigots who long for the good old days of any variation of the "no colored allowed" theme.

Reply
Domino3 Abolish the ATF
12/06/17 7:22 pm

What if the business reason is they are too backed up with jobs to take on another?

Zod Above Pugetropolis
12/06/17 7:37 pm

That is perfectly legitimate, and has never been a point of contention.

Domino3 Abolish the ATF
12/06/17 8:16 pm

By your logic, they should accept them though because they are open to public.

bower8899 ...
12/06/17 4:30 pm

I mostly lean yes. Depends on the business though

Reply
Finny Conservative Lesbian
12/06/17 4:37 pm

Don’t you believe that businesses shouldn’t be able to deny services to homosexuals?

.

bower8899 ...
12/06/17 4:43 pm

No, I do. I think if they do the owner is a bigot and they deserve to go out of business but it's within their rights to deny service to them.