I disagree with John Stossel here. Once you start letting private buisness descriminate against races, they may as well be entitled to do it against
women. But denying the most qualified person a job, on merely grounds of gender or race does nothing for our economy, does nothing for racial-gender
economic mobility, does nothing for the good of society.
So I'd much rather live in a society where one Service Stations owner feels their human rights have been completely violated; because they haven't
been able to refuse black men service, than to have: E.g. 60 black people, made to be thirsty, tired, hungry, or just have to run a car without gas,
all because of one owners ideology (and that 60 people a year fugure, is only assuming an average of one black person, wanting to visit the place,
every 6 days.
John Stosssel made a huge mistake by advocating this kind of rubbish. Far better to lead this (particular) "level" of politics to the Ku Klux Klan
(and we all know how many votes, people like them recievet!)
One area I hold isssue with is here: In our facist U.K, it is illeagle to deny gay people to have sex in a Bed & Breakfast, if you also allow
Hetrosexural couples to do the same. When an MP was secretly filmed, supporting this view, it became highly published by our "liberal" dictatorial
and because of the way this media "non debated" what he said, it also resulted in loss of much
Conservative Party support
Also when another MP spoke a simple fact; by saying gay sex is more likely to spread AIDS he came under pressure, to be sacked:
It's this level of PC facism that the British public (as a majority) have clearly had enough. And is so it represents yet another area where a far
more fundermental right (the right to be democratically represented) is being ignored.
In a democracy MP's should still be free to speak
unfasionable views, without their job coming under threat, from the crushing will of their own party (i.e. their particular branch of our