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'Impeach Obama' bumper stickers spark a shopping mall protest

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posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 09:01 PM
The Obama economic plan now makes perfect sense!

Who now could afford one of these bumper stickers?

Going once, twice, any bids, any bids at all...well then next up is this pair of lovely genuine imitation diamond I have any bids...any? Going once, twice, any bids, any bids at all...well then next up is this lovely quart of fresh milk do I hear 5,000 dollars, 10,000 dollars, sold to the gentleman for 15,000 dollars, the security gaurd will escort you home!

posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 09:14 PM

What he is dealing with at this point are the unfortunate consequences for upholding his right.


The First Amendment guarantees you the right to free speech: IE you cannot go to jail, get fined, etc., for saying something that's not a direct incitation to murder or some other crime.

It does not mean that you can tick people off without facing any consequences.

That said, I think trying to close down a store because they sell a bumper sticker you don't like is more than a little bit silly.

posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 09:54 PM
I wonder if the guy sold impeach Bush stickers when Bush was the President? I would say most likely as they were all over. BTW I don't agree with the sticker's sentiment.

I won't set foot in a Simon mall again unless they reverse their decision and fire someone. Even if they do, I hope this guy will still move somewhere else.

List of Simon owned malls for individual boycotts:

Albertville Premium Outlets (Albertville, MN)
Allen Premium Outlets (Allen, TX)
Ami Premium Outlets (JAPAN)
Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall (Anchorage, AK)
Ancona (ITALY)
Anderson Mall (Anderson, SC)
Apple Blossom Mall (Winchester, VA)
Arboretum (Austin, TX)
Arizona Mills (Tempe, AZ)
Arkadia Shopping Center (POLAND)
Arsenal Mall ® (Watertown, MA)
Arundel Mills (Hanover, MD)
Arundel Mills Marketplace (Hanover, MD)
Atrium Mall (Chestnut Hill, MA)
Auburn Mall (Auburn, MA)
Aurora Farms Premium Outlets (Aurora, OH)
Aventura Mall (North Miami Beach, FL)
Bangor Mall (Bangor, ME)
Barton Creek Square (Austin, TX)
Battlefield Mall (Springfield, MO)
Bay 1 (FRANCE)
Bay 2 (FRANCE)
Bay Park Square (Green Bay, WI)
Bel'Est (FRANCE)
Bergamo (ITALY)
Bloomingdale Court (Bloomingdale, IL)
Bond Shopping Center (Upper Darby, PA)
Bowie Town Center (Bowie, MD)
Boynton Beach Mall (Boynton Beach, FL)
Brea Mall ® (Brea, CA)
Briarwood Mall (Ann Arbor, MI)
Brightwood Plaza (Indianapolis, IN)
Broadway Square ® (Tyler, TX)
Brunswick Square (East Brunswick, NJ)
Burlington Mall ® (Burlington, MA)
Bussolengo (ITALY)
Camarillo Premium Outlets® (Camarillo, CA)
Cape Cod Mall (Hyannis, MA)
Carolina Premium Outlets (Smithfield, NC)
Casalbertone (ITALY)
Casamassima (ITALY)
Castleton Square (Indianapolis, IN)
Century III Mall (West Mifflin, PA)
Cepagatti (ITALY)
Cesano Boscone (ITALY)
Changshu In City Plaza (CHINA)
Charles Towne Square (North Charleston, SC)
Charlottesville Fashion Square (Charlottesville, VA)
Chautauqua Mall (Lakewood, NY)
Chesapeake Center (Chesapeake Norfolk, VA)
Chesapeake Square (Chesapeake, VA)
Chicago Premium Outlets (Aurora, IL)
Cielo Vista™ (El Paso, TX)
Cinisello (ITALY)
Circle Centre (Indianapolis, IN)
Clay Terrace (Carmel, IN)
Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets (Clinton, CT)
Cobblestone Court (Victor Rochester, NY)
Coconut Point ® (Estero, FL)
Coddingtown Mall (Santa Rosa, CA)
Collatina (ITALY)
College Mall (Bloomington, IN)
Colorado Mills (Lakewood, CO)
Columbia Center (Kennewick, WA)
Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets (Troutdale, OR)
Concesio (ITALY)
Concord Marketplace (Concord, NC)
Concord Mills (Concord, NC)
Copley Place (Boston, MA)
Coral Square (Coral Springs, FL)
Cordova Mall (Pensacola, FL)
Cottonwood Mall (Albuquerque, NM)
Countryside Plaza (Countryside Chicago, IL)
Crossroads Mall (Omaha, NE)
Crossville Outlet Center (Crossville, TN)
Crystal Court (Crystal Lake (Chicago), IL)
Crystal Mall (Waterford, CT)
Crystal River Mall (Crystal River, FL)
Cuneo (ITALY)
Dadeland Mall (Miami, FL)
Dare Centre (Kill Devil Hills, NC)
DeKalb Plaza (King of Prussia, PA)
Del Amo Fashion Center (Torrance, CA)
Denver West Village (Lakewood, CO)
Desert Hills Premium Outlets (Cabazon, CA)
DeSoto Square (Bradenton, FL)
Discover Mills (Lawrenceville, GA)
Dover Mall (Dover, DE)
Downtown at the Gardens (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)
Eastland Convenience Center (Evansville, IN)
Eastland Mall (Evansville, IN)
Eastland Plaza (Tulsa, OK)
Edinburgh Premium Outlets (Edinburgh, IN)
Edison Mall (Fort Myers, FL)
Emerald Square (North Attleboro, MA)
Empire East (Sioux Falls, SD)
Empire Mall (Sioux Falls, SD)
Factory Merchants Branson (Branson, MO)
Factory Stores America Lebanon (Lebanon, MO)
Factory Stores at North Bend (North Bend, WA)
Factory Stores Georgetown (Georgetown, KY)
Factory Stores of America - Graceville (Graceville, FL)
Factory Stores of America - Nebraska City (Nebraska City, NE)
Factory Stores of America - Story City (Story City, IA)
Factory Stores of America Boaz (Boaz, AL

[edit on 27-7-2009 by sligtlyskeptical]

posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 09:56 PM
Simon malls to boycott Page 2

I should add that I don't agree with the content of the sticker, but do don't think that Simon action are right or healthy for America.

Fairfax Court (Fairfax , VA)
Fano (ITALY)
Fashion Valley (San Diego, CA)
Firewheel Town Center (Garland, TX)
Folsom Premium Outlets (Folsom, CA)
Forest Mall (Fond du Lac, WI)
Forest Plaza (Rockford, IL)
Franklin Mills (Philadelphia, PA)
Gaitway Plaza (Ocala, FL)
Gateway Center (Austin, TX)
Gilroy Premium Outlets (Gilroy, CA)
Giugliano (ITALY)
Gotemba Premium Outlets (JAPAN)
Granite Run Mall (Media, PA)
Grapevine Mills (Grapevine, TX)
Great Lakes Mall (Mentor, OH)
Great Lakes Plaza (Mentor near Cleveland, OH)
Great Mall (Milpitas, CA)
Greendale Mall ® (Worcester, MA)
Greenwood Park Mall (Greenwood, IN)
Greenwood Plus (Greenwood, IN)
Grottammare (ITALY)
Gulf View Square (Port Richey, FL)
Gurnee Mills (Gurnee, IL)
Gwinnett Place (Duluth, GA)
Hamilton Mall (Mays Landing, NJ)
Hamilton Town Center (Noblesville, IN)
Haywood Mall (Greenville, SC)
Henderson Square (King of Prussia, PA)
Highland Lakes Center (Orlando, FL)
Highland Mall (Austin, TX)
Hilltop Mall (Richmond, CA)
Houston Galleria® (Houston, TX)
Houston Premium Outlets (Cypress, TX)
Huntingdon Pike (Huntingdon Valley, PA)
Huntingdon Valley Shopping Center (Huntingdon Valley, PA)
Independence Center ® (Independence, MO)
Indian River Commons (Vero Beach, FL)
Indian River Mall (Vero Beach, FL)
Ingram Park Mall (San Antonio, TX)
Ingram Plaza (San Antonio, TX)
Irving Mall (Irving, TX)
Jackson Premium Outlets (Jackson, NJ)
Jefferson Valley Mall (Yorktown Heights, NY)
Jersey Shore Premium Outlets® (Tinton Falls, NJ)
Johnson Creek Premium Outlets (Johnson Creek, WI)
Katy Mills (Katy, TX)
Keystone Shoppes (Indianapolis, IN)
King of Prussia - The Court (King of Prussia, PA)
King of Prussia - The Pavilion (King of Prussia, PA)
Kittery Premium Outlets (Kittery, ME)
Knoxville Center (Knoxville, TN)
Knoxville Commons (Knoxville, TN)
Kobe-Sanda Premium Outlets (JAPAN)
La Plaza Mall (McAllen, TX)
La Rena (ITALY)
Laguna Hills Mall (Laguna Hills, CA)
Lake Plaza (Waukegan, IL)
Lake Square Mall (Leesburg, FL)
Lake View Plaza (Orland Park near Chicago, IL)
Lakeforest Mall (Gaithersburg, MD)
Lakeline Mall (Cedar Park, TX)
Lakeline Plaza (Cedar Park, TX)
Lakeline Village (Cedar Park, TX)
Las Americas Premium Outlets (San Diego, CA)
Las Vegas Outlet Center (Las Vegas, NV)
Las Vegas Premium Outlets (Las Vegas, NV)
Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets (Leesburg, VA)
Lehigh Valley Mall (Whitehall, PA)
Lenox Square ® (Atlanta, GA)
Liberty Plaza (Philadelphia, PA)
Liberty Tree Mall (Danvers, MA)
Liberty Village Premium Outlets (Flemington, NJ)
Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets (Michigan City, IN)
Lima Center (Lima, OH)
Lima Mall (Lima, OH)
Lincoln Crossing (OFallon near St. Louis, IL)
Lincoln Plaza (Langhorne, PA)
Lincolnwood Town Center (Lincolnwood, IL)
Lindale Mall (Cedar Rapids, IA)
Livingston Mall ® (Livingston, NJ)
Longview Mall (Longview, TX)
MacGregor Village (Cary, NC)
Mall at The Source (Westbury, NY)
Mall of Georgia ® (Buford, GA)
Mall of Georgia Crossing, The (Buford , GA)
Mall of New Hampshire (Manchester, NH)
Maplewood Mall ® (Saint Paul, MN)
Marconi (ITALY)
Markland Mall (Kokomo, IN)
Markland Plaza (Kokomo, IN)
Marley Station (Glen Burnie, MD)
Martinsville Plaza (Martinsville, VA)
Matteson Plaza (Matteson near Chicago, IL)
Mazzano (ITALY)
McCain Mall (North Little Rock, AR)
Meadowood Mall (Reno, NV)
Melbourne Square (Melbourne, FL)
Menlo Park Mall (Edison, NJ)
Merate (ITALY)
Mesa Mall (Grand Junction, CO)
Mesagne (ITALY)
Miami International Mall (Miami, FL)
Midland Park Mall (Midland, TX)
Midway Mall (Sherman, TX)
Miller Hill Mall (Duluth, MN)
Misterbianco (ITALY)
Modugno (ITALY)
Montgomery Mall (North Wales, PA)
Monza (ITALY)
Mugnano di Napoli (ITALY)
Muncie Mall (Muncie, IN)
Muncie Towne Plaza (Muncie, IN)
Nanuet Mall ® (Nanuet, NY)
Napa Premium Outlets (Napa, CA)
Nerviano (ITALY)
New Castle Plaza (New Castle, IN)
Newport Centre (Jersey City, NJ)
Newport Crossing (Jersey City , NJ)
Newport Plaza (Jersey City , NJ)
North East Mall (Hurst, TX)
North Georgia Premium Outlets (Dawsonville, GA)
North Ridge Plaza (Joliet near Chicago, IL)
North Ridge Shopping Center (Raleigh, NC)
Northfield Square (Bourbonnais, IL)
Northgate Mall (Seattle, WA)
Northlake Mall ® (Atlanta, GA)
NorthPark Mall (Davenport, IA)
Northpark Mall (MS) (Ridgeland, MS)
Northshore Mall (Peabody, MA)
Northwood Plaza (Ft Wayne, IN)
Northwoods Mall (Peoria, IL)
Oak Court Mall (Memphis, TN)
Ocean County Mall ® (Toms River, NJ)
Olbia (ITALY)
Ontario Mills I (Ontario, CA)
Opry Mills (Nashville, TN)
Orange Park Mall (Orange Park, FL)
Orland Square (Orland Park, IL)
Orlando Premium Outlets (Orlando, FL)
Osage Beach Premium Outlets (Osage Beach, MO)
Oxford Valley Mall (Langhorne, PA)
Paddock Mall (Ocala, FL)
Padova (ITALY)
Palermo (ITALY)
Palms Crossing (McAllen, TX)
Park Plaza (Hopkinsville, KY)
Penn Square Mall ® (Oklahoma City, OK)
Pescara (ITALY)
Petaluma Village Premium Outlets (Petaluma, CA)
Pheasant Lane Mall (Nashua, NH)
Philadelphia Premium Outlets® (Limerick, PA)
Phipps Plaza (Atlanta, GA)
Pier Park (Panama City Beach, FL)
Plaza Carolina (Carolina near San Juan, PR)
Pompei (ITALY)
Port Charlotte Town Center (Port Charlotte, FL)
Porta di Roma (ITALY)
Porto Sant'Elpidio (ITALY)
Potomac Mills (Prince William, VA)
Predda Niedda (ITALY)
Premium Outlets Punta Norte (MEXICO)
Prien Lake Mall (Lake Charles, LA)
Quaker Bridge (Lawrenceville, NJ)
Raleigh Springs Mall (Memphis, TN)
Regency Plaza (St Charles , MO)
Rescaldina (ITALY)
Richardson Square (Richardson, TX)
Richmond Town Square (Richmond Heights, OH)
Ridgewood Court (Jackson, MS)
Rinku Premium Outlets (JAPAN)
Rio Grande Valley Premium Outlets (Mercedes, TX)
River Oaks Center (Calumet City, IL)
Rivoli (ITALY)
Rockaway Convenience Center (Rockaway, NJ)
Rockaway Town Plaza (Rockaway, NJ)
Rockaway Townsquare ® (Rockaway, NJ)
Rolling Oaks Mall (San Antonio, TX)
Roosevelt Field ® (Garden City, NY)
Ross Park Mall (Pittsburgh, PA)
Round Rock Premium Outlets (Round Rock, TX)
Royal Eagle Plaza (Coral Springs -- Ft Lauderdale, FL)
Rushmore Mall (Rapid City, SD)
San Rocco al Porto (ITALY)
Sano Premium Outlets (JAPAN)
Santa Gilla (ITALY)
Santa Rosa Plaza ® (Santa Rosa, CA)
Sawgrass Mills (Sunrise, FL)
Seattle Premium Outlets (Tulalip, WA)
Seminole Towne Center (Sanford, FL)
Sendai-Izumi Premium Outlets® (JAPAN)
Senigallia (ITALY)
Shops at North East Mall, The (Hurst near Fort Worth, TX)
Smith Haven Mall (Lake Grove, NY)
Solomon Pond Mall (Marlborough, MA)
South Hills Village (Bethel Park, PA)
South Shore Plaza ® (Braintree, MA)
Southdale Center (Edina, MN)
Southern Hills Mall (Sioux City, IA)
Southern Park Mall (Youngstown, OH)
SouthPark (Charlotte, NC)
SouthPark Mall - IL (Moline, IL)
SouthRidge Mall (IA) (Des Moines, IA)
Southridge Mall (WI) (Greendale, WI)
Springfield Mall (Springfield, PA)
Square One Mall (Saugus, MA)
St. Augustine Premium Outlets (St Augustine, FL)
St. Charles Towne Center (Waldorf, MD)
St. Charles Towne Plaza (Waldorf, MD)
St. John's Town Center™ (Jacksonville, FL)
St. Louis Mills (Hazelwood, MO)
Stanford Shopping Center (Palo Alto, CA)
Stoneridge Shopping Center (Pleasanton, CA)
Summit Mall (Akron, OH)
Sunland Park Mall (El Paso, TX)
Tacoma Mall (Tacoma, WA)
Taranto (ITALY)
Teal Plaza (Lafayette, IN)
Terrace at The Florida Mall (Orlando, FL)
The Avenues (Jacksonville, FL)
The Block at Orange (Orange, CA)
The Colonnade at Sawgrass (Sunrise, FL)
The Crossings Premium Outlets (Tannersville, PA)
The Domain (Austin, TX)
The Esplanade (Kenner, LA)
The Falls (Miami, FL)
The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City (Arlington, VA)
The Fashion Mall at Keystone (Indianapolis, IN)
The Florida Mall® (Orlando, FL)
The Forum Shops at Caesars (Las Vegas, NV)
The Galleria at Ft. Lauderdale (Ft Lauderdale, FL)
The Galleria at White Plains (White Plains, NY)
The Mall at Chestnut Hill (Chestnut Hill, MA)
The Mall at Rockingham Park (Salem, NH)
The Mall at Tuttle Crossing (Dublin, OH)
The Plaza at Buckland Hills (Manchester, CT)
The Shoppes at Branson Meadows (Branson, MO)
The Shops at Arbor Walk (Austin, TX)
The Shops at Mission Viejo (Mission Viejo, CA)
The Shops at Riverside (Hackensack, NJ)
The Shops at Sunset Place (South Miami, FL)
The Westchester (White Plains, NY)
Tippecanoe Mall (Lafayette, IN)
Tippecanoe Plaza (Lafayette, IN)
Toki Premium Outlets (JAPAN)
Torino (ITALY)
Tosu Premium Outlets (JAPAN)
Town Center at Aurora (Aurora, CO)
Town Center at Boca Raton ® (Boca Raton, FL)
Town Center at Cobb (Kennesaw, GA)
Towne East Square (Wichita, KS)
Towne West Square (Wichita, KS)
Treasure Coast Square (Jensen Beach, FL)
Tyrone Square Mall ® (St Petersburg, FL)
University Center (Mishawaka, IN)
University Mall (FL) (Pensacola, FL)
University Park Mall (Mishawaka, IN)
Upper Valley Mall (Springfield, OH)
Vacaville Premium Outlets (Vacaville, CA)
Valle Vista Mall (Harlingen, TX)
Valley Mall (Harrisonburg, VA)
Venaria (ITALY)
Venezia – Mestre (ITALY)
Vicenza (ITALY)
Villabé A6 (FRANCE)
Village Park Plaza (Carmel, IN)
Vimodrone (ITALY)
Virginia Center Commons (Glen Allen, VA)
Vulcano Buono (ITALY)
Waikele Premium Outlets (Waipahu, HI)
Walt Whitman Mall ® (Huntington Station, NY)
Washington Plaza (Indianapolis, IN)
Washington Square (Indianapolis, IN)
Wasquehal (FRANCE)
Waterford Lakes Town Center (Orlando, FL)
Waterloo Premium Outlets (Waterloo, NY)
West Ridge Mall (Topeka, KS)
West Ridge Plaza (Topeka, KS)
West Town Corners (Altamonte Springs, FL)
West Town Mall (Knoxville, TN)
Westland Park Plaza (Orange Park near Jacksonville, FL)
Westminster Mall ® (Westminster, CA)
White Oaks Mall (Springfield, IL)
White Oaks Plaza (Springfield, IL)
Whitehall Mall (Whitehall, PA)
Wilenska Station Shopping Center (POLAND)
Willow Knolls Court (Peoria, IL)
Wolf Ranch (Georgetown, TX)
Wolfchase Galleria ® (Memphis, TN)
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets (Central Valley, NY)
Woodland Hills Mall ® (Tulsa, OK)
Wrentham Village Premium Outlets (Wrentham, MA)
Yeoju Premium Outlets (KOREA, REPUBLIC OF)

posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 10:03 PM
reply to post by sligtlyskeptical

Only one mall in my area is listed, but I avoid malls like the plague anyway, so this boycott will be no problem for me.

The mall's actions might not be unconstitutional, but they were sure gutless.

posted on Jul, 28 2009 @ 08:43 AM
Obama is not a "black man".

Obama is a mulatto, the offspring of a black parent and a white parent.

But instead of using that as a force for unity, whites and blacks both use Obama's "ethnicity" to divide us.

Obama can't play the "race card". He is as white as he is black.

My business partner is a mulatto, this is one of his pet peeves with Obama's representation in the media.

posted on Jul, 28 2009 @ 09:12 AM

Originally posted by maria_stardust
Spivack has a right to free speech just as everyone else. However, a private corporate entity, such as a mall in this case, has a right to management. They are not in anyway encroaching upon his First Amendment rights, they're simply not allowing him to peddle his wares upon their property. He is free to open up shop in another venue and continue his business.

You may not like it, but the corporation is well within their rights to do so.

I don't think that legally they are allowed to tell him he can't sell his stuff there. He should have some kind of license to sell whatever his store carries and as long as the product he sells are not illegal then he can sell them. He should have a lease agreement and that agreement has terms in it and as long as he follows the terms he should be fine, he goes to court and wins this one.

posted on Jul, 28 2009 @ 12:57 PM
Damn these racist black people in America wanting Obama impeached.. shame on them!

Favoring McCain aint better though..

KKK supports Obama.

I like what this woman says.

I'm an athiest but she brought up some good points like reverse racism.

posted on Jul, 28 2009 @ 01:07 PM
If ever mall in America is going to exercises who and what is allowed to be sold in their properties very soon we will be inundated with places for white or black only, women or men only and only religious or atheist only.

That's to the extreme but one example of what we are heading is very obvious with this man been targeted.

That is why businesses or place of business can not discriminate on the basis of gender, religion and political views.

He actually have a case on violation of rights under the law.

posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 08:26 AM
Well now they have said they are NOT going to renew this man's lease. This is political discrimination and a violation of free speech.

I say that since a right wing, conservatives can not sell such wares in a kiosk in a mall, or anywhere else for that matter, then the democratic, left wing should not be selling theirs in mall kiosks as well. Either let both sides sell merchandise or no sides sell merchandise. Fair is fair. Remove them all. Period. Oh, but that would be an offense to the current administration that bans anything that doesn't not follow their agenda.

I will no longer shop at a mall that is managed by Simon Property Management Group. There is not one around here, but I have shopped that Concord Mills Mall in Charlotte many times. I'll not go there again, and when I travel and shop, I will check to see if it is a Simon property. I will also not spend another dime in our local malls that are selling the left wing, liberal, Obama merchandise. There are plenty of other places to shop.

posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 11:27 AM

Originally posted by maria_stardust
reply to post by muzzleflash

So a local mall has the right to put up a sign that says, "No Conservatives/Liberals/Other Party" allowed?

I do not think so, that is political discrimination. If this is legal, well the law needs to change!

Political discrimination?!? Hardly.

Now, if he was asked to remove his conservative bumper stickers, then you might have a point. But they didn't. He was asked to vacate the premises, instead. There is no breach of the First Amendment.

Agreed that his first amendment right are not being violated, but Maria, you know as well as I that the man's political views are what landed him outside the "premesis". This is a clear-cut case of political discrimination.

What he ought to be doing is organizing a city-wide boycott on the mall based on the fact that the mall manager or owner doesn't appreciate the diversity of political opinion.

Or is that only the ideal thing to do when it's a Democrat being discriminated against?

[edit on 29-7-2009 by sos37]

posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 12:05 PM
reply to post by sos37

As far as I'm aware, there is no such thing as political discrimination as far as U.S. law goes. It is apparent that many people are upset as they deem this to be an infringement of this man's First Amendment rights, which is obviously not the case.

That said, it was indeed an insanely stupid move for this private entity (mall owners) to not renew this man's kiosk lease. They are well within their rights to do so, regardless of the obvious negative fallout they are now receiving for their actions.

However, it should be noted that this is kind of conduct is played out on both sides of the political aisle, and is a sad result of the polarization of America. I personally know of conservative businessmen who blatantly refuse to do business with those they feel have a liberal bent. Is it petty behavior? Yes, but so what. It's their right.

The bottom line is this, if you don't agree with the actions of this mall owner, don't patronize their establishments. Power to the people.

posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 12:18 PM
reply to post by muzzleflash

So a local mall has the right to put up a sign that says, "No Conservatives/Liberals/Other Party" allowed?

I do not think so, that is political discrimination. If this is legal, well the law needs to change!

While I am outraged at the whole situation, the easiest answer is YES! The mall has this right. They also have the right to not serve anyone who is not a "protected class." Even if they are a protected class, the mall could require a membership status and not allow certain members.

That is the beauty of this country! That is what the Conservatives are fighting for! We want to PRESERVE these RIGHTS!

So, being outraged is one thing, but calling to change the law to make this illegal is playing into the hands of the fascists!

Don't let the MSM and the propoganda and the ridiculous stories throw you off your game. That is their intention! They want us to fight amongst ourselves until the law books are full of laws that can be pulled out against anyone at anytime whenever it suits TPTB situation.


1. No new laws. Don't vote for anyone that will enact new laws. We have plenty! No new taxes, no new resolutions, nothing. Vote for someone who promises to do NOTHING, and will get in the way of anyone who does try to do something!

2. No incumbents. Get fresh blood at every level from commissioner to president. Corporate Obamatrons don't count! Vote for an entirely unknown bus driver or mechanic or dental assistant! Vote for somebody who needs the job; don't vote for someone who is already rich!

That is enough for now, but I think this is a decent start. We can add more later!

posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 05:16 PM
reply to post by getreadyalready

HERE IS THE NEW THOUGHT PROCESS TO FOLLOW WHEN VOTING OR DEBATING: 1. No new laws. Don't vote for anyone that will enact new laws. We have plenty! No new taxes, no new resolutions, nothing. Vote for someone who promises to do NOTHING, and will get in the way of anyone who does try to do something! 2. No incumbents. Get fresh blood at every level from commissioner to president. Corporate Obamatrons don't count! Vote for an entirely unknown bus driver or mechanic or dental assistant! Vote for somebody who needs the job; don't vote for someone who is already rich! That is enough for now, but I think this is a decent start. We can add more later!

Let me add one important item to your list:
3. Make sure that we vote in a split government to insure that nothing gets done. Having one party control both Congress and the Presidency is a certain recipe for disaster. Look at what is happening now.

posted on Jul, 30 2009 @ 07:29 AM
reply to post by ProfEmeritus

Good Addition!

The only way to be sure nothing gets messed up, is to be sure nothing gets done! We need to split the government between at least two, preferably more parties. Ideally, we could elect ALL 3rd party or independents. Send a strong message!

4. Do not vote for any Republicans or Democrats! Vote entirely off the charts! Do not vote for anyone you see on TV or on a street corner with a sign! If they have time to stand on a corner and beg for votes, they are not a common person like you and me! We have jobs to be at!!

posted on Jul, 30 2009 @ 06:13 PM
I have seen quite a few of these and vrious other versions of this bumper stuicker here in Idaho lately.

This state is a seriously red state and with all the other crap going on there is a local company that is making money hand over fist on them...

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