Jim Goad writes:
I know someone who works in a sushi restaurant, and she says she dreads black customers because they are routinely rude, loud, and they never tip. Doesn’t forcing her to serve them violate the 13th Amendment’s clause against involuntary servitude?
In my years working as a Philadelphia cabdriver, I received a grand total of $1 in tips from my innumerable black customers. Even the black cabbies would complain about black customers’ stinginess. Why does their “right” to not be discriminated against trump my “right” to make money?
Because, I fear, “rights” are a zero-sum game, and the spoils usually go to whoever is pushiest.
And these days, the gays are pushing harder than a steroidal muscle fag mounting a bony twink from behind.