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  •  Be that as it may... (6+ / 0-)

    ...if I owned a restaurant, I would not want my employees publicizing the identity of my customers.  If Pastor Bell wanted her message to be on the internet, I expect she would have put it there.

    •  Restaurant's Responsability (1+ / 0-)
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      a2nite

      Unlike some - I have no problems with the actions of the restaurant - they were well within their rights to fire the employee if they felt the need

      However - I have ZERO problem's outing the Pastor either ... clergy are a 'preferred class' of citizens in the US that garner unfair advantages - namely citizen supported tax benefits that SHOULD subject them to public oversight and review

      "Pastor" Bell was well outside her moral/legal authority to criticize her outing, but the restaurant maintained its authority to act in a way that best reflects ITS fiduciary duties - whatever that may be ...

      "I want to keep them alive long enough that I can win them to Christ," - Rick Warren, Professional Greed Driven Scumbag

      by josephk on Sat Feb 02, 2013 at 12:15:40 PM PST

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