Ok, here is something a little different to discuss yet still a little political. Tonight on 60 Minutes they did an expose on clothing retailer Abercrombie and Fitch. A&F has decided years ago to restore their image and increase sales by promoting a very all american look. All their advertising and most of the sales force in their stores are generally all white, blonde hair, blue eye people. guys typically look like jocks and the girls are all tall and thin. Some minorities are crying discrimination because they are not hiring blacks, asians, latinos, or ugly people. The store maintains that they have a right to project whatever image they want and they believe its important to their bottom line to project this image. The minorities are saying that's not fair and they should have a right to work there as well. Now clearly there are many examples which they used tonight on 60 Minutes where certain companies are projecting their own images i.e. Hooters only hiring big breasted women and the BET cable network where its mostly run by african americans. I contend that A&F has a right to market their clothes to whoever they want and project whatever image they want to project. Clearly what they did has been very effective towards their bottom line as their sales are through the roof and they are considered one of the trendiest clothing retailers for the under 25 crowd. Why should A&F have to meet some kind of quota and go out of their way to hire ethnic groups that they believe might hurt their brand name and their sales. Can you force them to do something that would hurt their sales all in the name of political correctness? I don't think you can but the minorities are sueing them. Of course there are plenty of liberal lawyers jumping all over this case to set some kind of example. So what say you, discrimination or capitalism?