--- In RunningBarefoot@yahoogroups.com
, "Andy " <andy123abc@y...>
> Is it true that an establishment cannot kick you out for not
> shoes? I have been kicked out of local gas stations for not wearing
> footware. Can they do that?
In my opinion it is a violation of our civil rights of freedom of
choice, and freedom of religion.
However, that didn't stop people in the past from segregating and
discriminating against racial, religious, or political minorities in
the USA. They even had state laws in Missisippi and other places
requiring segregation of "colored" people.
As long as they can get away with it, and have the support from or
are not told otherwise by law-enforcement, they will practice
Until someone with lots of money finds a good civil rights lawyer who
is willing to and enthusiastic about defending our rights to choose a
healthy way to dress (undress) our feet, and we win a case in the
supreme court, or get a law passed in congress, we will continue to
be downtrodden by a jealous shod majority with smelly and unhealthy