i feel this is wrong im sorry i have an angel at home but a devil outside we try to keep him from screaming when we are out but hell his three years old his still learning lol..........but i read @ the doctors office today that their trying to pass that if a kid is at walmart or applebees or (anywhere like that) and starts to be loud that they can tell you to leave HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THIS i feel America is losing its freedom more and more everydayAnswer Question
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Answer by justnancyb at 3:03 PM on Dec. 1, 2010
The bottom line is 'freedoms' don't come in to play when you are inside a private business. They can ask anyone to leave for any reason they choose. It isn't a public place. A park is a public place. A sidewalk is a public place. I wish all restaurant owners and managers should ask anyone to leave that is being over the top disruptive. 2 night ago my husband and I got out to dinner alone for the first time in ages. The family 4 tables over had 3 kids and they were jumping, running and screaming. We couldn't even hear our own conversation when speaking in a normal voice. We asked to be moved but there was nothing out of earshot. We changed our order to go and left. I don't care whether it is old people arguing, little kids, loud mouth women, smart alack kids...doesn't matter..if you are being disruptive to the majority of patrons surrounding you you should be asked to leave.
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