Many times I have tried to argue the point that Ron Paul's issue with the Civil Rights Act infringed on business owners rights and freedom to do what they wish with their personal property ( their business ). The lastest story about Steve DeOssie, and the Patriots brings the point perfectly home. To Re-Cap, Steve DeOssie was filmed dogging the Patriots before the Super Bowl, saying how stranded he felt living up there and his heart is in NYC. Mr. DeOssie's income comes from hope people in New England watch and listen to his opinion about the Patriots, and he has a eating establishment as well. Now that everyone has seen this video, there is wide spread boycot from people in New England for anything DeOssie related ( Good!!! ) The point here is, if we didn't mandate rules to business owners, people would showcase their problems and you can make a better informed decision on where to spend your money. Ron Paul believes that if a racist wants to open a place for only white people, he should be able to do that, but he also realizes that a business model which only serves a small fraction of the consumers will have a hard time competiing in this economy. Many people who spend their money at places today, don't know what the owner real feels, because it's illegal to say that in today's business environment. Like DeOssie, when the public knows a little more about the owner, and their views, they can make a much better and informed decision. The Decision is to avoid supporting a man who actively hates ( by his own words ) the region he lives and makes money in. Do you want to support someone, who dislikes being in New England? It's a great lesson, and I full support boycotting this man. This is liberty.