Discussion in 'Current Events' started by manifold, Aug 11, 2011.
There are many ways to show support for the troops.
They guy broke the rules after warnings and should be suspended.
I see no reason for false outrage over this.
Seems like after being in the service he would have known to follow the rules.
btw this is the first I had heard of the red shirt support.
Maybe you're right.
But then again people said the same thing about Rosa Parks at the time.
Not sure how you're comparing a workplace dresscode to what Parks did.
I posted that with you in mind.
Nevertheless, a comparison can be made. Not a meaningful one mind you, but certainly a philosophical and logic comparison can be made. They were both 'breaking the rules'.
So was Jeffery Dalhmer.
See what happens when you broaden your comparison rules too far?
Manifold is often not the brightest bulb.
A better example may be black armbands...
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