[nagdu] Cab drivers in DC pass blind people with guide dogs

Tamara Smith-Kinney tamara.8024 at comcast.net
Thu Sep 9 23:21:07 UTC 2010

Dan and Julie,

In this case, it has become a threat to our national security that has been
building.  One thing for the guy to exercise his rights in America according
to our constitution.

The across-the-board reporting that led up to this have made it a whole
'nother ballgame and have involved all of us, and our little dogs, too.

I can yell fire, since that is my right as an American citizen.  But not in
a crowded theater, because people could get hurt, and that supercedes my
right to free speech....

Probably, I can't play with fire in a crowded theater or a tinder-dry
forest, either.  Which is what is now happening.

And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming...  /smile/

Tami Smith-Kinney

-----Original Message-----
From: nagdu-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:nagdu-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf
Of Dan Weiner
Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2010 10:05 AM
To: 'NAGDU Mailing List,the National Association of Guide Dog Users'
Subject: Re: [nagdu] Cab drivers in DC pass blind people with guide dogs

Granted, and I too hadn't heard of him.
However, I think he's a nut job.
I hear about Christians like that, or so called Christians, and it shames

Anyway, I won't say more because I can't think of anything to make this
guide dog related.

My intolerance to anyone of a certain religion is only in reference to my
toes being stepped on, the guide dog access issue.
I don't have a problem with Muslims as such and find burning of the Qur'an
offensive, but oh well, freedom of speech, as you say.
It also seems rather wasteful and stupid to acquire books just to burn them.



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