Old Feb 18, 12, 12:45 pm
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From the comments on HuffPost:

"Like it or not, the business man has the right to his opinions and free speech, as well. No, it wasn't right for him to verbally attack someone, but he was well within his rights......and by "scolding" him, Chris was guilty of acting out in the same way."

Interesting choice of words that betray the poster's real sentiments: the business man 'has the right' but Chris is 'guilty of acting out'.

The business man (like all of us) has the right to free speech and chose to exercise it. He forgot that there is no guarantee that exercising that right does not come with consequences - in this case, being called out and asked to leave the club.
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