Well written, well said. I very much enjoy reading what Jonathan Noble has to say. There is so much meaningful content to contemplate!
“It’s my business! I’ll serve whoever the hell I want to!” And that’s really the core of the argument, cakes and all. It has been, too, at least since the early days of the Civil Rights movement. And the argument was really very clear, simple and straightforward:
Jim Bo owns the Flea Bucket Motel. His daddy and granddaddy built it and passed it on to him. He owns the building and the land it’s on, clear and free, so he asks, “Why the hell should I rent a room to someone I don’t wanna rent to? It’s my damn business, not Washington’s. This here motel belongs to me, Jim Bo, not Bobby Kennedy!” It makes sense, doesn’t it? Well … it does to Jim Bo. “The government’s not gonna tell me who I’ve gotta to let in my house! And the government’s not gonna tell me who I’ve gotta let…
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