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Taking away choice

One tactic from the age of political correctness is TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF YOUR ENEMIES.

An open letter calling on Nordstrom to drop Ivanka Trump's 'toxic' brand is going viral

A woman describing herself as a lifelong Nordstrom customer posted an open letter to the department store demanding that it stop selling items from Trump's $100 million clothing and accessories line.

"The hate speech directed at African Americans, Latinos, Jews, Muslims, LGBT people, and women by the Trump campaign is unacceptable and does not seem to represent Nordstrom's values," she wrote, according to a copy of the letter that she posted on Twitter. "Yet Ms. Trump continues to defend it, and Nordstrom continues to defend her."

In a free market, if you don’t like what a business is selling, you don’t buy it.

In the age of political correctness, you demand that the business stop selling the product TO ANYONE.
Or else.

This is not freedom. This is tyranny.

Donald Trump may be evil incarnate. Or he may be absolutely despicable. But where were these complaints
before has was running for President?

Why does your enlightenment demand my sacrifice?

Now, let’s look at what I am
not saying.

I am not endorsing Donald Trump.

I am not praising Ivanka Trump.

I am not defending things that Donald Trump may or may not have done. Nor am I listing or explaining those things.

I am not defending things that Donald Trump may or may not have said. Nor am I listing or explaining those things.

What
I am saying is that a company chooses something to sell and it’s customers decide whether to buy.

In this interconnected world, I can link
ANYTHING to ANYONE in six steps or less. Is that really how you want to live your life?

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