Date: January 01, 2018 12:45PM
I'm just a nice lady living a good life in a home I've earned through hard work.
The point is this: I do not have to follow anyone's idea of non-discrimination. If someone comes to my door, I don't have to answer their knock or let them in, even if they are in a protected religion, age or gender group, or racial group. I can refuse to talk to them. I don't owe them bathroom access or snacks. I don't owe them the time of day unless I choose to give it.
So for those who accuse me of discrimination, I'll say this: No one can get very far trying to sue me for turning away missionaries, sales pests, Bible thumpers, people with beards, people with two different colored eyes, JWs, possible robbers, or anyone other person who doesn't have a search warrant.
I've been told I can't discriminate in my home for any number of reasons that I used to honor as a public school teacher. Governmental agencies must obey these regulations. In my own home, I rein supreme. I am not constrained by those rules.