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Skip to comments.Tourism Still Suffering After The Red Hen Denied Sanders
Posted on 09/03/2018 6:57:29 AM PDT by cotton1706
A small town in Virginia is trying to recover its image after The Red Hen restaurant famously refused to serve President Donald Trump's spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
The Roanoke Times reported Sunday that a regional tourism board is pulling together emergency funds to boost its digital marketing campaign.
Normally that money is saved. But officials agreed the region is in desperate need of positive coverage.
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What? You can't operate with JUST liberals eating??
They made their bed...
That radical leftist owner screwed the entire area up.
The County Tourism should send HER the bill.
Boo Hoo! Start acting like adults and MAYBE, if you show that Conservatives will not be punished simply for being Conservatives, your tourism MIGHT get better. But maybe not.....you have shown your true faces and now must suffer like you want Conservatives suffer at your hands.
Oh my... the law of unintended (never thought about) consequences. Virtue signaling apparently has a co$t.
35 minutes ago and 4 posts down....
Rudeness is not a good business plan? That is unexpected.
Payback= a bitch.
Makes you question the blue wave predictions for 18.
Hey I know...they could put up a big multicolored sign that says “Hate has no Home here!”
Well, the owner was the head of Main Street Lexington, so she must have represented the views of the area merchants.
As Alinsky taught (Rules 13 and 1):
“Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”
“Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have.”
“Payback= a bitch.”
And that’s what I would call the owner!
They had tar and feathers way back when for just such a situation.
ROTFL. The way for the nasty commie lefties to save their Little Red Chicken is to declare one of their “boycotts” against their Chicken Coop. Look at how much those “boycotts” have helped sales at Chick-Fil-A, In and Out, Hobby Lobby etc.
I was thinking the same thing. Seems like a no brainer for some restaurant to invite Sarah Sanders (and maybe Trump also) down to eat. But the left’s hate goes very deep.
Put a boot in their ass.
It’s the American way.
tigers = tippers (damn auto correct)
We weren't sure if she had broken a bone, so rushed her to the nearest clinic in the area which happened to be open . . . in Lexington.
It wasn't particularly busy, but she had to sit writhing in pain while a couple of illegal alien looking patients with sniffles type symptoms got ushered right in with a Spanish translator and zero questions about insurance or co-pays.
Even though we had waited longer than some of the previously described freebie patients, when it finally was my daughter's turn, they carefully checked our daughter's insurance, took a $50 co-pay and led her in to take an x-ray. This was a Saturday and they told us there was no MD on duty who could read the x-ray, so to call back on Monday for the result. I demanded to at least see the x-ray that I'd paid for and from my rudimentary training (my father was a veterinarian and sometimes I accompanied him), I could tell it PROBABLY wasn't a fracture. I then asked if she could at least have the wrist splinted and put in a sling as a precautionary measure and they told me no because they weren't sure of the result. After some discussion that went nowhere, I ended up driving to a nearby drug store, bought the supplies and splint it and put it in a sling myself. Lexington is not exactly a small town. It has two universities and should've had someone available who was more capable of reading x-rays, even from a distance, I thought.
When we finally got a return call on Monday, they told us it wasn't a fracture and to bring her in for a splint and a sling. I told them we were back in Pennsylvania and we would take care of it.
My father (God rest his soul) had told me never to tell MDs that you had practiced medicine or you might get in trouble. Although, in his later years when he had seen them regularly, he often told those less competent that he'd done better work on a horse!
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