Blogging Tory R. Alexander lets us know in no uncertain terms what he thinks of Muslim taxi drivers in Minnesota refusing to pick up fares who happen to be carrying alcohol:
I think the situation is best summed up by Jack Lanners, chairman of the Metropolitan Airports Commission:
It's not an accommodation issue, it's a service issue. If your job is to take people from one point to another, i.e. in a taxi, then you'd think you'd be qualified.
Exactly. One can only hope such nonsense doesn't spill over into cities in Canada.
Yeah, the freakin' nerve -- allowing your personal, religious beliefs to dictate which members of the public you're prepared to serve. I mean, you let that sort of thing get out of hand and who knows what sort of evil dumbassitude you'll end up with.
I'm sorry -- did I telegraph that one just a bit too much?