Starbucks caves to anti-gun pressure

They are trying to phrase their careful statement as one of "please respect our neutrality and don't bring your guns", but by issuing this politely worded request they are in fact taking sides. I can sympathize with a business not wanting to be caught up in a political fight like this one, but sympathy is not agreement.

The best response we can offer here is to stop giving them business, and perhaps sending politely worded letters explaining why you won't be patronizing their stores again.

Sebastian points out that the anti-gunners will try to repeat this tactic if it is successful, and if they can repeat it it will give the appearance of momentum.

This entry was published Wed Sep 18 09:43:43 CDT 2013 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2013-09-18 09:43:43.0. [Tweet]

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