Monday, October 10, 2011

Women sues city of Houston for being forced to listen to Rush Limbaugh

A women in Houston, Texas has filed a lawsuit against the muncipality for what she considers being 'forced' to listen to Rush Limbaugh in her office.

Bridgett Nicholson Boyd filed a lawsuit against the city of Houston for being forced to listen to Limbaugh's radio show. In 2010, Boyd was ticketed for driving on the shoulder of a road (even though she said her car was breaking down). The police officer also arrested her and drove her to the local jail. During the ride, Boyd said, she was forced to listen to Limbaugh make "derogatory comments about black people" (which the officer was laughing at). Though the charges against Boyd were immediately dropped, she's now claiming defamation, false imprisonment, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. – Yahoo news
Alas, I wonder if the police officers can sue black criminals in the future for hearing rap lyrics being played that call for cop killing, and violent disobedience.
Once again, the anti-Spock reality of political correctness has swung its axe.  The feelings of one, outweigh the rights of everyone else.

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