|What if they made a rule that all females have to wear dresses? What if they say I can't breastfeed? Or that if I do I have to make sure that not a speck of skin shows? And what about that pro-peace shirt?
Now wait a minute... different places that we pay to go to definitely have dress codes. Go to a fancy restaraunt, you'll be thrown out for wearing flip flops and jean jacket... Go to an opera, they won't let you in without the right attire. How is it unreasonable to expect a family friendly t-shirt in a family environment?
Go ahead and call the ACLU and see how much sympathy you get from the public! lol We do have a right to free speech and I see your point totally
, but let's not escape our common sense. Would you sue that fancy restaruant, knowing full well ahead of time that they expected a certain type of dress? Would you be the person to go in there, for the sake of making an unnecessary and expensive stink, just to make a point?
Let's not waste the court, or the people's time with this one... I think the mother should have been offered an opportunity to change the shirt or turn it inside out, but that's about all she should have expected... JMO.