Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Supreme Court Rules for Muslim Woman Denied Job at Clothing Store

Supreme Court Rules for Muslim Woman Denied Job at Clothing Store

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a Muslim woman who sued after being denied a job at an Abercrombie & Fitch Co clothing store in Oklahoma because she wore a head scarf for religious reasons.

All businesses should have the right to establish and enforce their own dress code for their employees...I never did like to wear a tie, but I wore one for many years because it was required.  I had the right to choose to work elsewhere, and this lady did as well.

The court got it wrong, but they have been getting a lot of things wrong lately...A restaurant can refuse to allow you to enter if you don't meet the dress code.  Will the court make that illegal as well?  Should I be allowed to dine anywhere at any time in shorts and flip flops?

Shorts and flip flops are very comfortable, so should we all be allowed to go to work dressed that way? No of course not...The problem is, the court is forcibly changing the culture of our country to please ISLAM.  Supreme Court judges are appointed for life, BUT there is a procedure by which even they CAN be impeached...Business owners are rapidly losing their rights.  

Actually, everybody is losing their rights, and that's why this should matter to everybody.

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