Here comes another guy looking for help from Justice John Roberts:
This Wolff character, claiming to be an atheist, has filed a complaint with the Pa. Human Relations Council against an eating establishment, for giving a 10% discount to people who bring a church bulletin to their Sunday “Wing Special,” where you can have alcoholic beverages as well.
John Wolff is a liberal, therefore a liar, and exposes himself quite nicely:
“I did this not out of spite, but out of a feeling against the prevailing self-righteousness that stems from religion, particularly in Lancaster County,” Wolff, a retired electrical engineer, said of his decision to go toe-to-toe with the restaurant. “I don’t consider it an earthshaking affair, but in this area in particular, we seem to have so many self-righteous religious people, so it just annoys me.”
Here we go:
Wolff blurts out his first obvious lie with the statement: “I did this not out of spite,” which is so predictable. Spite is John Wolff’s reason to live.
And his supposed real reason for filing a typical, liberal, infantile demand that others conform to his atheist lack of beliefs is: “a feeling against the prevailing self-righteousness that stems from religion, particularly in Lancaster County,” as though self righteousness is not found in the ranks of liberals. Isn’t being and atheist and a liberal all about “self.”
Poor John Wolff has to live in Lancaster County, Pa. among the believers. No wonder he is angry all the time.
What is an atheist to do in a situation like this but go to a government agency like the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission? I imagine this group is comprised mostly of Amish – you know, those religious folks who just can’t stand to live next to other people without meddling in their affairs.
I wonder why some Amish farmer hasn’t filed a complaint, much like the liberal atheist, about this same restaurant serving Mimosas?
Oh, that’s right, real believers let others live their own lives. It is liberals who can not survive without sticking it to their neighbors through Human Relations Commissions, zoning boards, child services departments, or liberal courts.
US Supreme Court Chief liberal John Roberts must be waiting breathlessly for this case to wind its way through the illegal labyrinth.