It Begins. Owner of Historic US Clothing Company Pulls Ads from NFL Games

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    "Historic us clothing company".....one nobody's heard of.....:lol:
     
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    I believe you just made a statement that it was TOO HARD for you to boycott all those companies that are sponsors of the NFL and you want to talk about real Americans?
     
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    Target's doing just fine.
     
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    Nothing wrong with boycotting. No one says not to boycott. In fact, boycott all you want. Enjoy.
     
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    I liked him even way back when he played Meathead in All In The Family.

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    Dittobrain still doesn't know why Bill OReilly was fired.
    Funny shit.
     
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    So glad you're out of the closet with your abhorance to the first amendment.
    The truth will set you free.
     
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    64% to be exact :)
     
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    The first amendment doesn't allow me to have an opinion about scum who despise the American flag and the National anthem?

    Does it allow so-called "white nationalists" to march in Charlottesville?
     
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    The 1st A. allows you to express whatever feeling you may have about anyone, as long as you do not attack them with lies (calumny can be punished civilly) or violently. Of course people must be careful in how they express themselves, otherwise they can find someone's fist on the end of their nose.

    Fortunately the vast number of Americans are civilized, and understand that people such as bripat are not; we who are civilized do not attack or threaten haters like him, we tolerate their disgusting and deplorable behaviors no matter how unsavory they may be.

    As to the question above, of course the neo nazi, white nationalists, neo fascists and antifa have the right to express their hate, but not violently; nor can they do so by carrying weapons or wearing masks. They must abide by the necessary permits and restrictions a local community can impose in its efforts to make such events peaceful.
     

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