Ann Althouse today notes that liberal pranksters have recently been doing things like this at Hobby Lobby stores:
Althouse makes this essential point:
The pranksters are taunting those who have taken a strong stand based on religion. Are we really going to taunt people about religion? If you're inclined to say yes, do you really mean it, across the board for all religions, or is this a special willingness to taunt Christians? If it's special for Christians, why is that? Is it because you think it's okay to taunt what you think is the dominant group? If Christians like the ones your protesting against really were dominant, we shouldn't, in a democracy, end up with laws forcing them to do things against their conscience, so I'd say, the existence of the birth control mandate is evidence that they are not the dominant group, in which case, you're harassing a minority. Why would you do that? Is it that you feel safe picking on Christians?
As becomes more and more clear, American liberalism, which used to be about combatting prejudice, now increasingly is a form of prejudice -- against white Americans, men, Christians, etc.
On, and by the way, this behavior breaks the first rule of the Regular Guy, which as my children will tell you is:
DON'T MAKE WORK FOR OTHER PEOPLE!
Here's a self-identifying hip liberal who thinks it's OK to create a mess in a business and force one of its employees to take time to clean it up. Just look at the self-congratulatory smugness on her face! Hey, look at me, look how much smarter I am than these little people! Won't I have a good laugh watching them straighten up after my vandalism!
If I were Hobby Lobby, I'd figure out a way to find out who this person is who is so blithely self-advertising her disorderly conduct, and call the local gendarmes. Wonder if she'd be laughing then?