Md. mall owner admits error in immigration flap

There are 7 comments on the www.philly.com story from Sep 23, 2010, titled Md. mall owner admits error in immigration flap . In it, www.philly.com reports that:

The owner of a Frederick shopping mall has apologized for telling a merchant he was violating his lease by selling T-shirts supporting Arizona-style immigration enforcement, a company spokeswoman said Tuesday.

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Uncle Sam

United States

#1 Sep 23, 2010
Good call Agent of Chaos-
The shirts merely say that Maryland stands with Arizona
and have state logos or small dual state seals.

I am sure more illegals complained out of purely selfish as usual reasons and happily would deny real Americans their Freedom of Speech
guaranteed rights while they burn our flag rape our children and run murder schemes for beer and crack-and oh yeah
ad zeros to checks nice old ladies give them and burn them alive when they are observed doing it.
That is suburban DC .
at FRANCIS SCOTT KEY Mall memorialized establishment!!-they want to take away our rights !!

Just like Dream Amnesty-it did not work.

hahahahaha
I will have one of those shirts this weekend along with many others.
Want one?
American Eagle

La Puente, CA

#2 Sep 23, 2010
I do and I am from the 3rd world state of California! What's with this country? Are we really just a bunch of wooses allowing these 3rd world illegal aliens rights to tell us what we can or cannot do? I think their burning, spitting, etc. on our flag is much worse. Isn't that a felony?
Ming the merciless

United States

#3 Sep 23, 2010
Whatever is our position in any topic, let say immigration, abortion, taxes, anything, the right to express our self and the respect for the first amendment is more important than anything else. And by the way, to burn the flag is not an illegal action according to our legislation.
Uncle Sam

United States

#4 Sep 23, 2010
Ming the merciless wrote:
Whatever is our position in any topic, let say immigration, abortion, taxes, anything, the right to express our self and the respect for the first amendment is more important than anything else. And by the way, to burn the flag is not an illegal action according to our legislation.
So what??!

It is immoral
unethical
deeply disrespectful to those who died for it,
and and those who live for it
(not you I guess, "half American" as you call yourself
"by the way" as you say it is neither is it illegal to
kill little unborn children in the wombs of not wanna-be mommies too.

Is all that all ok with you because Legislation allows it?

As for the first part of your post-are you dictating or surmising or dodging? Trying to be clever, sermonizing or what?

Just asking.
Uncle Sam

United States

#5 Sep 23, 2010
typos jumpy puter today plus bad typist-me

"buy the way" as you say , neither is it illegal to kill little unborn children....
I am sure Verizon broadband speed is intermittent though the bill is consistent.
Uncle Sam

United States

#6 Sep 23, 2010
by not buy
jeez Iam going to throw this keyboard out the window
Ming the merciless

Canada

#7 Sep 23, 2010
Uncle Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
So what??!
It is immoral
unethical
deeply disrespectful to those who died for it,
and and those who live for it
(not you I guess, "half American" as you call yourself
"by the way" as you say it is neither is it illegal to
kill little unborn children in the wombs of not wanna-be mommies too.
Is all that all ok with you because Legislation allows it?
As for the first part of your post-are you dictating or surmising or dodging? Trying to be clever, sermonizing or what?
Just asking.
. One question at a time. To burn the flag is not unethical, neither immoral. Totally disrespectful, absolutely, definitely something I couldn't do it or allow my children to do it. Especially since I have a deep respect for our national symbols, to the point I make sure my kids stand up when we heard the national anthem (by the way, something that I learn overseas, from my grandparents, not here). But disrespectful or not, still not against the law. About your second question, I am pro-life, if I were a woman I couldn't practice an abortion myself, hahahaha, either I couldn't encourage a loved one or a friend to do it. But whatever everybody else do, it is not on my business as long as it doesn't hurt me and as long as it is not against the law.. And about your third question, I guess if you are a grown up person you will consider my post just an opinion, but if you have issues about your maturity, probably you will feel that I am trying to sermons you or dictate you.

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