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Nov 26 2013

Bar Owner Forced to Remove Sign Honoring Vets

Veterans deserve respect. Consequently, moonbats will go out of their way to make sure none is shown them:

Veterans are rallying around a local bar whose owners say they have been ordered to removed a sign that salutes their service.

“Thank a veteran for your freedom!” says a large sign perched above Johnny’s Booze and Pool. Vets love it and make up a significant part of the establishment’s clientele. …

But someone complained to the city about the sign, and now the bar’s owners say they’ve been ordered to take it down.

“We received a letter in the mail from the city stating that we have to remove it within two days or they were going to fine us, like, $940,” says co-owner John Marovic.

Co-owner Johnny Kresimir says he has until Tuesday to remove the sign or pay the fine. He plans to fight it, and has issued a plea on Facebook for support.

The sign has evidently been there for some time without posing a threat to public safety. But not until now has moonbattery reached the point that someone would rat out the bar owners to bureauweenies. Hopefully it still hasn’t reached the point where the bureauweenies won’t back down in the face of public outrage.

As for the ordinance that is being violated, your guess is as good as mine. Rules have been piled atop rules until any business owner has to assume whatever isn’t mandatory is forbidden.

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The forbidden sign.

On tips from Mickey Shea and Bob Roberts.



17 Responses to “Bar Owner Forced to Remove Sign Honoring Vets”

  1. 762x51 says:

    I recommend he just cover it with a new sign that says “CLEAN UP AMERICA, KILL A COMMUNIST”

  2. Spurwing Plover says:

    I wonder how they would respond to soeone turning ina complant about some buisness with the 70s chicken footprint ina circle on it? STUPID SELF-CENTRED LIBERALS I hope they get kicked out of the bar next time and that gse for the stupid city buricrats

  3. Joe says:

    Take the sign down for what reason? What’s the rest of the story? It can’t be illegal. So what if some panty-waste complained. Tell him to get a life.
    I want to know wat’s really going on.

  4. genes says:

    Even things that are mandatory are sometimes forbidden.

  5. The only good commie... says:

    Rule by minority. One person offended so everyone must adjust so as not to offend someone somewhere.

  6. Louie says:

    If I saw such a sign, I would seek out the place, shake the owner’s hand, and spend money there, even though I don’t really drink or shoot pool.

  7. TED says:

    Kali-friggin-fornia-cation. A LARGE part of the cancer.

  8. IslandLifer says:

    Find out who filed the complaint and give him/her a good ol’ ass whooping. Tell the city or town council there will be no more kowtowing to the self hating drug addicts. Let the police chief know there will be no more enforcing bullshit regulations put forth by these drugged up communists. Slap the town folk around via gatherings and tell them they need to pick a side, no more turning a blind eye or playing stupid. Communists are not welcome in America!

  9. ihatefascism says:

    Nearly all municipalities have a sign ordinance regulating the size, placement, lighting, and movement.
    It’s probable that his sign violates some aspect of the local ordinance and it was ignored until he crossed some bureaucrat or pissed off some petty stinkweed, or a competitor is trying to hurt his business.

  10. Spurwing Plover says:

    The city has no buiness regulating what he has in his bar and the idiot who turned in the complant needs to appoligise and stick their head up their arse

  11. Jim says:

    I guess that we no longer have the right to be offended.

  12. jack says:

    Replace the sign with “The White Race Must Be Exterminated” Michelle will praise their bravery.

  13. Sam Adams says:

    The First Amendment
    It was great while it lasted.

    Of course the alternative is to charge the city fathers with conspiracy to deny civil rights. The sign is a clear expression of a constitutionally protected civil right. Conspiracy to deny those rights is a federal offense, specifically, 18 USC 241., punishable by imprisonment of up to 10 years.

    The bar owner should call his local FBI and tell them that his civil rights are being infringed.

  14. Dr. 9 says:

    This is clearly a First Amendment issue. I have a funny feeling that as soon as the store owner gets a lawyer, the town will “reconsider”.

  15. grayjohn says:

    The swine who lodged the complaint should have to come to the bar on the busiest night of the week, get up on the stage, and explain to the packed house why the sign offends them. That should be a condition of the removal.
    If they are as cowardly about that as they are about complaining, then the sign stays.

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