But it's entirely acceptable to demean a group of law-abiding citizens because they like to shoot guns.
Will the NRA boycott have an effect? *(VOX)*
will stop issuing NRA-branded credit cards. These companies and more have pulled their support from the gun advocacy group in the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. If history is any guide, their moves could have a lasting effect.(Cited Corporate Entities which do not support the Second Amendment:)
Delta Airlines is ending its discount contract with the National Rifle Association. Avis, Hertz, and Enterprise will stop offering NRA members discounts on rental cars. The First National Bank of Omaha will stop issuing NRA-branded credit cards.
These companies and more have pulled their support from the gun advocacy group in the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. If history is any guide, their moves could have a lasting effect.
It's an option, not a mandate. (Or perhaps I got it just backwards?)
Companies which have previously recognized the legitimacy of the Second Amendment have now decided that they have a moral imperative to to undermine their customers' advocacy based only on their own preferences; Screw the Constitution! they would prefer to support individuals who do not choose to defend themselves against physical aggression.
They would prefer to see you dead in your home, with your family violated and your property stolen, than for you to defend yourself ... as is your constitutional right.
Still, it is their right to decide whether or not to offer discounts to any group; gun owners, african-americans, jews, gays ... it's their choice.
However, they have decided to abborgate the legitimacy of the last remaining minority which is still socially acceptable to marginalize: legal gun owners.
Whether or not you choose to boycott the identified opponents of your Second Amendment Rights ...
*(Delta Airlines, Avis, Hertz, and The First National Bank of Omaha )*... it's your choice.