posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:12 AM
Unfortunately, parents who won't control their kids far outnumber the parents who will, and everybody pays for it.
You think your kids have a "right" to fly? To dine in any restaurant? Here's a clue. They have no right to be anywhere in a private business where the
owner does not want them to be. Last I checked, the Constitution says nothing about discrimination against children; in fact, they're discriminated
against legally all the time. They can't go into bars, can't see certain movies, can't go in the pool during "adult swim", can't do lots of things.
Some restaurant owners will welcome families with kids. Some will bar them. Each caters to a segment of the population, and their businesses' survival
will be determined by how well they do that. If you don't like that Chef Snob won't let your kids eat there, don't eat there yourself. If you like it
that Crapplebees welcomes kids, then patronize them with and without your kids. It's called freedom, folks. It works.
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edit on 28-7-2011 by joyride0187 because: (no reason given)