And?you forgot Mr. Shotgun who owns the building thinks different than you. Also pays the mortgage, taxes, and employees salary.
No, I don't. I do think that the state has the right to prevent them from discrimination on the basis of any number of criteria, including sexuality.and you think you can tell them what they can and can't do with their business. continue on.....it is better than any reality TV, and the final show is this November.
Guess what, Reality, the courts have thus far agreed with me.
Actually, guess again. If they open a shop in a public place to sell a product or service, and they do not require private membership, they are a place of public accommodation. Perhaps, you might take the time to understand the law, before you make juvenile claims and stick your foot in your mouth?a business is not a place of public accommodation you idiot.
What's the first item under 7 E?
And as such, they would be idiots to turn away potential paying customers due to religious, political, or personal bias.A business is an income producing vessel for owners and employees, or it would not be there.
Not so, Reality. No membership was required. The business in question is a place of public accommodation.It is a private club, and it is called self employment.
Your house and car aren't businesses.As an owner of my house, business, car, or what ever....it is not for you or the public accommodation. Mr. Shotgun says so....argue with him.
Do you understand the difference between a business and business property and personal assets?
The only reason your house and car might be relevant is if you were being sued as a business that was not a corporation, so your personal assets were undistinguishable from those of the business. Even then it would only be an issue if your were being sued for damages.
On the whole, you don't seem terribly bright.