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[–] green_man 2 points 107 points (+109|-2) ago 

Businesses should be allowed to discriminate on whatever grounds they want. Don't want to hire niggers? Cool. Don't want to serve whites? Cool. However, if they want to continue down this road of forcing businesses to comply to some sort of magical ethnic mix then I suggest they go after the most egregious offenders first, the kike infested MSM and banking industry along with the nigger infested pro sports teams.

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[–] WD_Pelley [S] 0 points 35 points (+35|-0) ago 

Total Right to Association anywhere and everywhere, but not just in business. Wanna keep Little Italy Italian? You can! Chinatown Chinese? Go for it. You like your Irish Catholic neighborhood to stay Irish Catholic? No problem! Same for blacks, Jews, and other ethnic neighborhoods; if you hate white liberals gentrifying your neighborhood you can be allowed to not allow them and if you want your neighborhood White then it can stay White!

From the 10th Amendment to Rerum novarum there's plenty of reasons to support the Right to Association anywhere and everywhere. That, and niggers, spics, and kikes can ruin your town.

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[–] BlackSheepBrouhaha 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago 

Always found it sad that black people want to move to the "nice" parts of town, where whites live, but can't because they can't get a loan; yet rail against whites moving to the "bad" parts of town, where blacks live, because it gentrifies the neighborhood and raises property values above Section 8 checks rates.

You can still see the effects of Redlining today. That big green mark is the town of Piedmont, right in the center of Oakland, and it's a ((White)) 1950s millionares suburb. Hasn't changed much.

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[–] Broc_Lia 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Wanna keep Little Italy Italian? You can! Chinatown Chinese? Go for it. You like your Irish Catholic neighborhood to stay Irish Catholic?

Well hang on a minute... does the group enforcing that rule actually own the entire neighbourhood? If not, then that's not right to association, it's forcing your preferences on others.

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[–] RatmanThomas 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

We both know that's not what this is about.

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[–] prairie 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Yeah, it's weird. My home? I can exclude anyone I want. But magically if I run a business and exclude people, I'm oppressing them so need to be stopped, otherwise where would they buy food and flat-screen TVs? And yet if I close my business (exclude everyone), that's fine.

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[–] Ajaxofbarbaria 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Not to mention that the same standards have already been proven to not apply to mudslimes by Crowder.