A “politically incorrect” sign on the door of an Ohio bakery went viral, sparking a debate about its many claims.
The sign, posted at Schuler’s Bakery in Springfield, Ohio, addressed many practices that are often deemed politically incorrect in society.
“Notice,” the sign read. "This store is politically incorrect."
“We say Merry Christmas, God Bless America. We salute our flag [and] give thanks to our troops, police officers and firefighters," the sign continued. "If this offends you, you are welcome to leave. In God We Trust.”
Many viewers voiced their support for the business, with one saying that the bakery has the right to “post whatever they want in their bakery and believe what they believe.”
Others, however, felt differently. One viewer wrote that the bakery was just “playing on mischaracterized intentions of those who believe we should be inclusive.”
“Nobody said you can’t say Merry Christmas,” the user’s comment said. “We’re just saying you can’t force me to.”
What do you think of the sign? Should the bakery be applauded for their stance?