Exercising its prerogative as a business, Lowe's has pulled its sponsorship of the television show All-American Muslim.
The usual suspects are all riled up over Lowe's decision.
And get this!
A state senator from Southern California said Sunday he was considering calling for a boycott. Calling the Lowe's decision "un-American" and "naked religious bigotry," Sen. Ted Lieu, D-Torrance, told The Associated Press he would also consider legislative action if Lowe's doesn't apologize to Muslims and reinstate its ads.Legislative action to force a business to sponsor a TV show? Why? Because Muslims (and Islam) must always have the upper hand, even to the point of violating capitalistic principles.
Of course, CAIR is involved:
Dawud Walid, Michigan director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said his group felt "extreme disappointment" at Lowe's "capitulation to bigotry.""Others"? As in legislative bodies and courts?
Walid said he has heard expressions of anger and calls for a boycott by Muslims but said a key to resolving the Lowe's advertising controversy will be how non-Muslim religious leaders and others react to Lowe's decision....
Lowe's had better not back down on this!
Fellow infidels, if Lowe's stands their ground, buy at Lowe's this Christmas.