Oklahoma restaurant owner says doesn’t want ‘f*ggot, freak’ customers

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February 8, 2014

Oh, Lord – they are going to get this guy. Such intolerance will not be tolerated!!

A restaurant in Enid is getting heat after one of its patrons posted a pretty strong message on social media about discrimination.

The restaurant and bar has been open for more than four decades and carries quite the reputation.

We want to warn you, this story does feature some graphic language.

More at GRAPHIC LANGUAGE: Oklahoma restaurant owner says doesn’t want ‘f*ggot, freak’ customers | KFOR.com.



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Comments:
  1. Veritas says:

    I can’t understand why after having seen people who share a love that dare not reveal its name on parade in San Francisco. Such refined behavior, such decorum, such refinement, such education. These individuals just are filled with a romantic love that is seldom witnessed outside of public r4estrooms in NY subways or bath houses that Obama and his choom gang ferquent.

    I for one will write an angry letter to the Atlantic.

  2. 12-Gauge says:

    I wonder what his feelings are towards unemployed,handicapped,gay veterans? Better than writing to the Atlantic, if you were a true patriot you’d move to Enid. Teabagger country and you’d fit right in. They have a wonderful botique at the mall that sells stylish, fitted white sheets with cute pointed hoody’s. You would love them.

    • Ragspierre says:

      You really don’t mind being the laughingstock of the week for your self-parody, do you?

      You can find people like this in Boston, Chicago, and LA. You MAY have to alter the particular issues or people they have problems with, but they are out there, and many of them are aligned with your Collective.

      Love it when you idiots show your “tolerance”…!!!

  3. Ragspierre says:

    Whether one talks current or past hosts and stars at the network, from Al Sharpton to Matthews to Touré to Melissa Harris-Perry to the now unlamented and disappeared Martin Bashir, listening to these people and others on the network is like eavesdropping on a Klan revival. Where the ideal of a Jim Crow society — a society where everyone is judged by race — is the gold standard.

    Matthews wants to apologize for whites.

    Harris-Perry mocks Mitt Romney for having an adopted black grandchild.

    Al Sharpton is on audio tape scorning former New York Mayor David Dinkins as a “n….”

    Bashir was urging an old-fashioned slave punishment be applied to former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.

    Touré, as reported here in The Daily Caller, founded a newspaper in college that “only solicited funds from blacks.” Wrote the DC:

    Touré’s flagship publication, The Fire This Time, lavished praise on famous anti-Semites, black supremacists, and conspiracy theorists whom Touré helped bring to campus. Before he became an intense-but-sardonic TV personality, Touré also decried “the suffocating white community” and defended a nationally famous fake hate crime.

    In an interview with The Daily Caller, Touré described the newspaper as “an important black voice on campus.”

    Question. What is the difference between Touré’s paper and this one — a newspaper that “was the newspaper of the white supremacist Citizens’ Council of Mississippi between October 1955 and September 1961. It was intended to spread a pro-segregationist message throughout the southern states with the hope that white people would be outraged that their children had to share classrooms with African-Americans and would organize to resist racial desegregation and restore white supremacist rule.”

    Answer: There is no difference. Both Touré’s college paper and the paper published by the Citizens Council were devoted to what is today quaintly called “identity politics” — dividing by race. The staple of Jim Crow politics. Both were outgrowths of progressive politics and the racial pandering that is part and parcel of the American Left throughout American history.
    —Ed Driscoll

    Yep. Jim Crow was…and still is…a “Progressive” (i.e., Collectivist) urge.

    And there ain’t no bigot like an entitled bigot with permission from his bigoted fellows.