OK, well the airlines did OK.
I find T-shirts with curse words distracting. Yes, I will defend to the death your right to wear garb with such verbiage anywhere in public.
But in a private setting, I prefer to not be assaulted thusly.
And airports are private — cartainly planes are.
(but this is yet another example of what passes for “class” in liberal circles.)
“Yes, I will defend to the death your right to wear garb with such verbiage anywhere in public.”
There is, or used to be, such a thing as common decency. Public venue or not.
You would “defend to the death” someone’s right to wear a shirt like that, freedumb?
Well my take on it is that when I saw a car parked outside my house with a F+++ BUSH bumper sticker, I politely told the fellow that he was under no obligation to remove the bumper sticker, but that it might be better for his car in the long run, were the neighborhood children not able to see it.
He understood, and covered up the sticker.
How far this country has fallen. Back in the 1950’s and before it was customary for men to wear a jacket and tie when flying. No one dared wear jeans to Church either.
I feel sorry for the kids of today, I really do.