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Old 02-21-2014, 05:35 PM  
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Kansas Restaurant Kicks Gay Man Out, Tells Him “No Gay Eating Here”

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Franton, Kansas – Proposed Jim Crow laws for gay people are already taking effect in Kansas. 38-year-old Johnny Quinns-Smith wanted to get an egg-salad sandwich for himself and his fiance, Erique Boltzman. He went to his local diner outside Franton, near Scranton, a place where he and Boltzman had occasionally ate over the past 6 years. In fact, it was at this diner that the two met during a lunch hour.

But today, Quinss-Smith encountered something he thought he would never see in his lifetime: a sign. A sign that said, “Service Refused To Gay Couples.”

“I was in absolute shock, I mean, I could not even fathom what was going on,” he said. When he went into the restaurant, all went silent. The locals looked at him, with several pointing and whispering. Wiping out a cup, a server behind the restaurant’s main ordering station stared at him and then looked over at one of the newest signs next to the cash register.

“I looked at where several people’s eyes were tracking. Then there it was, it was a sign that said ‘No Gay Eating Here’.”

Not wanting to make a scene, Quinns-Smith quickly walked up to the stand where he had always been able to order his food. The server who had taken his order and brought him his food for years stood there in front of him and asked, “How can we help?”

“What is wrong. What is this sign meaning,” Quinns-Smith asked, feeling uncomfortable as eyes rested on him.

“It means you and your boyfriend can’t come eating in here no more, unless you find God,” a customer seated offered a response before staff said anything.

“You need to find God and the Bible,” someone else yelled out. The floodgates were open.

“We don’t want your germs on the silverware.” ”Just repent son, you can still be forgiven and be normal.” ”Being gay is not natural. It is not God’s way.”

Quinns-Smith ran from the restaurant, utterances from the customers making him absolutely horrified and uncomfortable. When he closed the door behind him, he saw the sign boldly positioned on the front door, right above business hours, “Service Refused to Gay Couples.” Quinns-Smith had not even noticed it when he walked in.

While he does not plan to return to the restaurant, Quinns-Smith is worried that so many people in town were so bold to talk him down about his lifestyle and that the restaurant was supporting their views, telling him he needs ‘Jesus and to read his Bible’ and to just ‘stop being gay.”

The Kansas House of Representatives recently passed a bill with a 73-49 vote that allows government workers and businesses the right to refuse services to gay couples. Fortunately, the bill lost traction in the Kansas Senate, but it is still alive and could become law in the state. The story of this restaurant will become reality for more gay couples across the state, facing an unprecedented showing of ignorance that has unfortunately reached back from the turbulent 1960s and into our modern age of progress.

When Johnny Quinns-Smith hopped back into his car, his fiance was surprised. “Where’s our lunch?”

“I had to explain to him, that because we are a gay couple, some people already felt they had the right to deny us any service, and that included getting an egg salad sandwich so we could eat outside for lunch and enjoy a rarely warm winter’s day.”
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:12 PM   #16
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There is no franton. Story's bullshit.
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:14 PM   #17
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There is apparently some legislation going through in Arizona on the same subject. I'll try to find it.
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:15 PM   #18
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:15 PM   #19
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(CNN) -- Arizona's Legislature has passed a controversial bill that would allow business owners, as long as they assert their religious beliefs, to deny service to gay and lesbian customers.

The bill, which the state House of Representatives passed by a 33-27 vote Thursday, now goes to Gov. Jan Brewer, a Republican and onetime small business owner who vetoed similar legislation last year but has expressed the right of business owners to deny service.

"I think anybody that owns a business can choose who they work with or who they don't work with," Brewer told CNN in Washington on Friday. "But I don't know that it needs to be statutory. In my life and in my businesses, if I don't want to do business or if I don't want to deal with a particular company or person or whatever, I'm not interested. That's America. That's freedom."

As expected, the measure has drawn criticism from Democrats and business groups who said it would sanction discrimination and open the state to the risk of damaging litigation.

On Friday, the LGBT group Wingspan staged a protest march to the governor's office that drew about 200 people. Some carried signs with messages "God created us all equal" and "Shame on Arizona."

Tucson-based Rocco's Little Chicago Pizzeria posted a photo on its Facebook page of a sign with a message for state lawmakers: "We reserve the right to refuse service to Arizona legislators."

"It's a ridiculous bill," pizzeria manager Evan Stevens told CNN on Friday. "Arizona has much bigger problems than allowing businesses to discriminate against people."

In a statement, Anna Tovar, the state senate Democratic minority leader, said: "With the express consent of Republicans in this Legislature, many Arizonans will find themselves members of a separate and unequal class under this law because of their sexual orientation. This bill may also open the door to discriminate based on race, familial status, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability."

The Greater Phoenix Economic Council, in a letter to Brewer on Friday, urged the governor to veto Senate Bill 1062, saying the "legislation will likely have profound, negative effects on our business community for years to come."

"The legislation places businesses currently in Arizona, as well as those looking to locate here, in potentially damaging risk of litigation, and costly, needless legal disputes," council President Barry Broome wrote, adding that four unidentified companies have vowed to locate elsewhere if the legislation is signed.

He added, "With major events approaching in the coming year, including Super Bowl XLIX, Arizona will be the center of the world's stage. This legislation has the potential of subjecting the Super Bowl, and major events surrounding it, to the threats of boycotts."

On CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper," Arizona state Rep. John Kavanagh, a Republican, said the bill would not allow hotel clerks or waiters, for instance, to turn away customers, unless there was a "substantial burden on their sincerely held religious beliefs."

The bill is being pushed by the Center for Arizona Policy, a conservative group opposed to abortion and same-sex marriage. The group has justified the measure on grounds that the proposal protects people against increasingly activist federal courts.

"As we witness hostility towards people of faith grow like never before, we must take this opportunity to speak up for religious liberty," the group said on its website, asking people to contact Brewer and urge her to sign the bill. "The great news is that SB 1062 protects your right to live and work according to your faith."

Cathi Herrod, the center's president, told CNN on Friday, "The Arizona bill has a very simple premise, that Americans should be free to live and work according to their religious faith. It's simply about protecting religious liberty and nothing else."

Herrod said the bill's opponents are "showing unbelievable hostility toward religious beliefs."

"America still stands for the principle that religious beliefs matter (for) something in this country, that we have the right to freely exercise our religious beliefs," she said.

But Robert Boston, a spokesman for the Washington-based Americans United for Separation of Church and State, told CNN the legislation would "fling the door wide open to discrimination, not just against gay people, but basically to any class of individuals that a religious fundamentalist decides he or she doesn't want to deal with."

He added, "A woman who is pregnant out of wedlock, for example, 'Well, out the door, you don't get served in my business.' "

The Arizona legislation was passed as conservative states work to counter laws legalizing same-sex marriage. Arizona voters approved a ban on same-sex marriage as a state constitutional amendment in 2008.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona called the bill "unnecessary and discriminatory."

"What today's bill does is allow private individuals and businesses to use religion to discriminate, sending a message that Arizona is intolerant and unwelcoming," the group said in a statement.

Some Republican legislators have defended the bill as a First Amendment issue. Democrats dismissed it as an attack on gays and lesbians.

"It's a very bad day for Arizona," Rep. Chad Campbell, a Phoenix Democrat who voted against the legislation, told CNN Friday.

He added, "Let there be no doubt about what this bill does. It's going to allow people to discriminate against the gay community in Arizona. It goes after unprotected classes of people and we all know that the biggest unprotected class of people in the state is the LBGT community. If we were having this conversation in regard to African-Americans or women, there would be outrage across the country right now."
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:16 PM   #20
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It's the same subject, but it's real legislation.
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:17 PM   #22
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The sign looks fake. If it was typed why is not it crooked and slanted in relation to the angle of the paper. It also looks much too clear in relation to the rest of the photo.
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:18 PM   #23
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Does Franton even exist? Are you saying you've never heard of it?

I think the town itself is fake.
google Franton Kansas and a page of redirects to this story, then a company called Franton Building Co, some people with the Surname Franton, a few Franton Drive addresses, then ironically an ask yahoo stating there no such place as Franton Nebraska.

Sounds suspiciously like that no tip lesbian waitress is back at work.
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:18 PM   #24
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Pretty convincing... a sign using printer paper.

Is that a diner? Can you even see people there? Is that inside of someone's office using a piece of paper they had just printed with their own computer?... no... actually that is obviously a bit uneven. It's a photoshopped picture.

Goddamn people are amusing... only capable of being skeptical when it's something they don't WANT to believe. Even when it's something obviously fake like this story.

Just hilarious.
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:18 PM   #25
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I'm from Kansas and very opposed to this legislation...

Having said that this story does smell of bullshit. If this happened why would a progressive liberal website not use this opportunity to publicly shame the diner and it's owners? It's a staple of their playbook and yet there is no mention of the establishment's name.
I don't know if it is legit or not, but this is from a liberal website.
The town name is suspicious and some of the writing is odd--they very well could have been trolled. You would think they would mention the name of the place where it happened.

If it is not accurate one lesson here that right-wingers should pay attention to is that these types of websites--and there are far more of the right-wing version than the left--are really not to be trusted. They need content and will print anything reported to them.
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There is apparently some legislation going through in Arizona on the same subject. I'll try to find it.
Correct.

Jon Stewart mentioned it last night. First he cracked on Kansas for something I don't remember, then he cracked on Missouri for evolution, then cracked on Kansas again for the no-gays law proposal, then mentioned that AZ was now taking up the cause.
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Pretty convincing... a sign using printer paper.

Is that a diner? Can you even see people there? Is that inside of someone's office using a piece of paper they had just printed with their own computer?... no... actually that is obviously a bit uneven. It's a photoshopped picture.

Goddamn people are amusing... only capable of being skeptical when it's something they don't WANT to believe. Even when it's something obviously fake like this story.

Just hilarious.
It is kind of a cool old-timey cash register though.
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I don't know if it is legit or not, but this is from a liberal website.
The town name is suspicious and some of the writing is odd--they very well could have been trolled. You would think they would mention the name of the place where it happened.


If it is not accurate one lesson here that right-wingers should pay attention to is that these types of websites--and there are far more of the right-wing version than the left--are really not to be trusted. They need content and will print anything reported to them.
I'm aware that the only place this story is being reported is this prog site and sites who are parroting it. That's why I said exactly that. That was the first tip-off (you see, I clicked the link and checked the source BEFORE commenting) that it was probably propaganda. Then I searched for Scranton thinking it was a really tiny town. It was. Then I searched Franton and found it doesn't appear to exist at all. This took literally less than a minute of my time. They didn't get 'trolled'... they didn't vet a story or possibly made one up entirely.. and they're not someone to be looked to for news anyway.

Honestly man that last paragraph, an attempt to spin this on the other side, is pathetic. Take your medicine and wait until the next round. The only one who should learn a lesson here are the people who jumped on board assuming it was true.
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It is kind of a cool old-timey cash register though.
Is that what it is? I couldn't really tell.

Generally signs about service refusal are put on doors though.
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