An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Barnes and Noble says a customer placed the book in the display at its Coral Gables, Florida location, then snapped the photo. The company says its associates removed the book as soon as it was noticed, insisting claims that Barnes and Noble had intentionally positioned the book within the display are completely false.
“This malicious and despicable act is nothing short of a hate crime, which should be punishable under federal statutes,” Leonard Riggio, founder and chairman of Barnes and Noble, said in a statement.
A “hate crime”. Right. Some yahoo rearranged some books, and it’s a freakin’ hate crime. You people have GOT to be kidding. And, for the love of pete….GROW UP! It wasn’t a ‘hate crime’ when some dumb bimbo on Airhead America called for the assassination of Bush. No, that was free speech. It wasn’t a ‘hate crime’ when a POS moonbat director made a movie called Death of a President. And of course, this picture was just an expression of 1st Amendment rights.
But moving a book is different, right? Why? Well, because it’s……..The ONE!