By Vox Day
If you happen to notice a no-guns sticker at a place of business, be sure to ask if it is actually the policy of the business or not before assuming it is there legitimately. Because it is entirely possible that the business’s owner didn’t put it there.
From a blogger at this pro-gun site:
After Oct 1st I started to look for posted signs at my favorite establishments. I frequently go to a local chicken wing place in Greensboro and last week I noticed a simple sticker that pictured a pistol with red circle and line through it. I took it as no firearms allowed.
I was grabbing a to go order so I had already called it in. I was sad as this was going to be my last order as I wasn’t going to support them anymore. I REALLY like their wings. The manager is the one who brought me my order and gave me the customary “come again soon.” Which I replayed “not likely as long as you have that” pointing at the sticker. She was shocked and asked the hostess if she knew who put that there. She asked me to wait and went to the back. She came back with the chef who is the owner and he said he had no idea how that got there. He removed it and wished me a good day.
Yesterday, I went back and the manager said she looked at the surveillance video and said late one night a customer put the sticker there just before closing on their way out. They confronted them as they are also a frequent customer. She stated that she does that all over town where ever she goes. The manager asked them not to come back anymore.
Never forget that the Left is always willing to lie in its attempt to control every aspect of American life. Those for whom the political is also the personal are naturally bound to be deceptive. They can justify every deception, every lie, every abuse of those they encounter, because they genuinely believe that the ends justify any and every possible mean. From Obama to the chicken wing customer, the Left inevitably lies about their intentions, their actions, and the expected consequences.
It’s not enough to expose their lies with truth. They must be also be actively opposed. It might never occur to those who are pro-gun rights to plant false carry permission notices at schools and other gun-free zones, but it might not be a bad thing for them to ask private businesses to take a stand on these issues.
And following the excellent example of the owner of the chicken wing place who informed his erstwhile customer that he was not interested in her business, it is time for the Right to learn from the example of the Left and cease giving them aid, comfort, service, and patronage.
No parasite lives long once it is denied a host. And either America will have to shake off its lethal parasite or succumb to the mindless predation of the Left.