“I wouldn't remove my cross for any company. You don't want my cross, you don't want me. Simple as that.
I don't make a big deal about my religion, but I refuse to hide it. They have the right to set a dress code and I have the right not to work there. And not to shop there. And to let everyone know about their treatment of Christians.
“It's no mistake. They've been doing this for years. Had it only happened for a while and corrected, I could believe it's a mistake.
Now I just assume that's just the way this company does business. Ergo...I don't do business with them.”
Larry1098 on Sep 5, 2013 at 13:44:24
“You're right, it's no mistake. I still go there from time to time because it's so close and they have a couple deals that still interest me. The buy one get one 50% off some products and a brand of toilet paper that is only 4.00 for 8 double rolls. The tp price is always the same at all their stores. I just avoid buying anything else there.”
“Well that's the law. Sorry. I may not like a lot of what I see in public. Too bad for me and too bad for you.”
prodemlib on Aug 26, 2013 at 19:22:43
“Fortunately, in my state there is a proposed referendum stating businesses can ban guns on their property. And, after I had a deranged woman show me her gun at Safeway and tell me I needed to "arm myself for the TeaParty revolution", I'm glad for it!”
“Another Obama supporter caught in yet another scandal.”
charlesw6004 on Aug 26, 2013 at 06:29:26
“Be for real. What can Pres. Obama do about this kind of behavior because a person supports him? These kinds of things happen regardless of who is president. There are always some fools out there to support whomever.”