Is it the viewpoint of CT Carry that with any business that does not want to be the meeting point
of people who wish to support then 2nd amendment, who wish to meet, assemble to discuss important issues and news of the day, should not venture into businesses who have not expressly said they they welcome being a meeting point of the discussion of political issues?
Then all businesses would be "off-limits" in the eyes of CT Carry as hardly any businesses would invite such assemblies?
Starbucks (like other businesses) say they want to be involved (link above) ... they give $$ to political causes. Like it or not, they are involved, through their own actions and being part of the public.
IMO they need to publicly choose at this point; right now, it appears as if they are anti - they refused to serve OCers.
I don't respect the rights of those who do not respect mine.