This reminds me of this time in Borders where a black woman DARED to purchase a National Review. The clerk said, "Um, are you aware that that is a conservative magazine?" She said, "Yes, I am." "Okay, just making sure!" Look of astonishment on clerk's face.
I'm sitting in a Barnes & Noble near the University of Virginia reading and posting to FR. You ought to see some of the looks I'm getting.
Part of the Left's plans if/when they, through the Demonrats, have access to legislative power is to make much of conservative expression (talk shows in particular) subject to the equal time provisions of the Fairness Act through its expansion. Given their way they would shut down conservative speech as they've largely succeeded on college campuses. Perhaps conservative magazines will be required to be placed in bins which hide their covers lest a black person be tempted to peruse one.
I remember when I went into a Borders Bookstore in Massachusetts to look for a copy of "Unfit for Command". When I asked, the clerk looked like I put a dog turd under his nose. He smugly looked up and said "No, we don't have it..."
So I said, "Fine. I would like to order a copy."
His face was...priceless!
Amazing (black woman queried about NR purchase)...