Now there’s no more reason to go to Starbucks, ever.

by 1389 on September 22, 2013

in 1389 (blog admin), food and drink, Gun rights / Second Amendment

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Published on Sep 21, 2013 by RightSightings

In the opening segment of ‘Cashin In’ hosted by FNC’s Eric Bolling, CEO of Starbucks requests that customers keep guns out of their store locations. Is this really the right move to make? This issue is examined and discussed by a highly opinionated panel comprised of Michelle Fields, Eboni Williams, Jonathan Hoenig, and Wayne Rogers.

Second Amendment

“…shall not be infringed” means no infringement by ANYONE – not only by governmental bodies, but also by other organizations, businesses, and individuals. We do not know whether it occurred to our Founders that a place serving victuals in the twenty-first century might attempt to infringe on this right, but we can observe from the text that they wanted to cover all possibilities.

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1 jimnjoy September 22, 2013 at 9:50 am

The CEO of Starbucks also said he doesn’t want people who support same-sex marriage to hold Starbucks stock. It’s his right to say it…it’s my right to boycott his stores. (It’s also my right to drink non-bitter coffee). So many reasons to not go to Starbucks.

I think you meant to say, “The CEO of Starbucks also said he doesn’t want people who DON’T support same-sex marriage to hold Starbucks stock.”

In any event, maybe some wealthy investor with a conscience can buy up enough Starbucks stock to get control of the company. Maybe then they can get a CEO who isn’t a left-wing jerk and who can focus on putting out a decent product and good value for the money!

– Blog admin 1389

2 lwesson September 22, 2013 at 9:51 am

Funny, how about a suggestion to homosexuals to not openly be homosexual at Starbucks? Now that would get the LEFT howling, screaming, tossing coffee on the walls, and demanding the CEO to be fired, or burned at the stake. Case in point, there are business owners who have said NO to wedding catering, photo shoots… per homosexual weddings. Result? Lawsuits and a vast media circus with their clowns and their cameras going up to such businesses for answers…

The CEO of Starbucks just brewed up a tempest in a, ah, coffee pot when it might have been best to just be quiet. Oh but no, his true feelings had to be issued forth across his domain, to his liberal worker bees, and anyone else. Fine. Yet another reason to avoid Starbucks. Thank you big headed CEO, thank you.

3 1389 September 22, 2013 at 5:42 pm

@lwesson,

Equal rights for me but not for thee…it’s always that way, isn’t it?

Nobody goes to Starbucks for the coffee. They go there to be seen by other hipsters, and to prove that, at least for now, they have the money to waste $5 on coffee. That business model will work until the next fad comes along. That’s pathetic.

You can get better coffee at any ma-and-pa restaurant, and even at most donut shops. Heck, even Burger King has better coffee; some of them have free wi-fi, and the people there are friendlier.

We make coffee at home most of the time, and we hang out with the people from church. Saves money and helps our spiritual lives as well.

4 jimnjoy September 23, 2013 at 4:13 am

To blog administrator 1389: You are correct. I meant to say Starbucks doesn’t want people who DON’T support same-sex marriage to own Starbucks stock. Thanks for pointing out my mistake. Note to self: PROOFREAD!. (My defense will be that it was early and I probably hadn’t had my coffee yet). =)

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