“This billboard is just one in a series of billboards that uses sexism as humor,” one Facebook user posting under the name Laura Hope-Gill wrote. “Of course, sexism escalates to misogyny that then moves into full-blown domestic violence.”
You really think the intent from this JEWELER, that wants to sell everyone, was sexism? Relax people!
Aaron Gulbransen filling in for The Lee Brothers.
Aaron Gulbransen has been a lobbyist and political operative for many years. Having worked on numerous campaigns, he has been involved with elections that range from the local school board to the US presidency.
In his time in the profession, he’s worked on campaigns for public interest groups as well, like Americans for Prosperity, and he’s worked as a radio host at WNYG Babylon. He also took part in Sean Hannity’s show at WABC in New York. An alumnus of SUNY Empire State College, Aaron has an undergraduate degree in business, management, and economics.
Cigars and politics, personal passions of his, inspired the setting for this story. He blogs about politics at TheBullElephant.com and lives in Richmond, Virginia, with his wife, Krystal.
Please visit his facebook page and welcome him as a Honorary Lee Brother!
In July 2015, an administrative judge for the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries ruled that the Kleins had discriminated against a lesbian couple, Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer, on the basis of their sexual orientation. The judge ordered the Kleins to pay the $135,000 for physical, emotional, and mental damages.
“We lost everything,” she said. “I loved my shop, and losing it has been so hard for me and my family.”
In an exclusive telephone interview with The Daily Signal later, she added:
“That was a part of our life, and it was something that we thought was going to be passed down to our kids. It’s something that I miss every day still. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to get over it because it was our second home.”
I guess the gay couple had to destroy someone’s life to feel better?