The best new restaurant in the area. Been there twice since they opened. Got to love how they cook fish; crispy outside, moist and tender inside and spiced incredibly well. Appetizers are amazing and try the Goat Cheese Cheese cake for dessert. I'll be back!
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While you make some valid points, you are missing the main issue. This is not about "what ifs", this is an actual event involving actual facts and actual censorship and actual violation of the First Amendment. If some of the issues ever came up, then I might back you up. But supposition and guessing does not trump actual government intervention telling people what they can and cannot read.
And, no, I am not a "libtard" nor will I debase myself by calling others names. I am a Conservative and believe in limited government, a strong military, the death penalty and upholding the Constitution and all of its amendments. This smacks of Fahrenheit 451 type censorship and is only the another step in the perversion of the Conservative movement.
If you are truly a Conservative then you should be appalled at the actual censorship, not what ifs.
and yes, I chose the wrong "there". my bad. I guess I should have gone to Clemson.
I think that would be "too" bad, clemsondude. Maybe they don't expect students to spell properly at Clemson. Maybe a CofC education would have sufficed?
That being said, CofC needs a non-political, education-minded leader who can recognize that their is a history worth preserving and work on increasing scholarship funding to help those within the state afford a fine liberal arts education.
Maybe everyone who paid their $50 fee and heard nothing back should take Mixon to court. Bring things out in the open.
OTOH...does one have to be Mexican to eat at the restaurant?
I think that this is a good time to announce my new chicken sandwich restaurant, using Kosher chicken and supporting all people. Everyone, come get a sandwich at Chik-Fil-Oy! We support everyone! Oh...we are closed on Saturdays.
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