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08-16-2012, 07:00 PM
Virginia Bakery Refuses To Serve Biden; Angry Over 'You Didn't Build That' (http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/08/15/Virginia-Bakery-Refuses-To-Serve-Biden)
[video story at link]
The owner of Crumb and Get It in Roanoke says he doesn't agree with the Obama administration's policies.
08-16-2012, 10:35 PM
I love the way they stood up for their beliefs! The icing on the cake was when the SS guys said they're glad she turned the VP down and they bought some sweets to rub it in. :yahoo:
08-17-2012, 02:20 AM
Someone who actually stands up for their beliefs, this guy is a what a real American looks like.
I agree if the SS part is true, that is freaking sweet.
08-17-2012, 07:47 AM
OMG...All the kool aid drinkers will be boycotting this bakery...He might as well lock the doors cause he's done...
08-17-2012, 08:11 AM
Didn't watch the video, but an article I read said that, believe it or not, this happens to all candidates much more often than is reported. It didn't exactly make Joe's day, but they're used to it.
This could become a trend. Refuse to host the President or VP, have business boom.
Radford bakery that turned Biden away sells out of 'freedom cookies' - Roanoke.com (http://www.roanoke.com/news/breaking/wb/312876)
hris McMurray had just opened his bakery, Crumb and Get It, Wednesday morning when he received a visit from Biden’s advance team asking if he’d host the vice president for a media event on the way to his scheduled speech at Virginia Tech.
McMurray politely declined out of a difference in politics, and Biden instead went up the street to the River Street Grill instead.
Later that day, WDBJ (Channel 7) reporter Orlando Salinas received a tip about Crumb and Get It via text message. The resulting story was picked up by the Drudge Report and a series of conservative blogs, leading to an outpouring of support online and at the store on Thursday.
At noon, McMurray turned down an interview request because he was too busy fielding a steady stream of orders, both from customers at the store and out-of-state patrons. A little more than an hour later, he closed the store because it had run out of cookie dough. It reopened a few minutes later, but with a sign in the window noting that only ice cream was being sold.
“It’s been a great day, a lot of great support,” McMurray said when he had a moment to talk. “A lot of folks are calling orders from out of state for local businesses and charities. That’s what we’ve got to catch up on.”
08-17-2012, 09:50 AM
we take care of our OWN .........
08-17-2012, 09:59 AM
I was in the Annapolis mall the other day. I thought the Chicken thing was last weeks news. Apparently not.
I observed in the food court that the Chik-fil-a had a very long line. All the other vendors were completely idle. It seems this will have waves of effect right up to the election.
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