ADA Violates Rights
I've never forgotten about our local ambulance chaser, Jason Singleton, going around town suing businesses for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. He wouldn't even give warnings and, if memory serves me correct, didn't even have a disabled person hire him for the lawsuit. He filed the suits by himself for the expected settlement.
So, it was rather irritating to see that he's still at it and has sued yet more businesses over ADA violations. Singleton needs to be run out of the county on a rail. You'd think he already would have been by now.
I think we need to get rid of the ADA altogether, not so much because of these types of lawsuits but because it violates the rights of businesses to run their business as they see fit. No one has a right to be serviced by a business and a business has the right, as far as I'm concerned, to do business with whomever it wants.
Most businesses want all the business they can get, so it's not like someone in a wheelchair won't be able to survive, as many businesses will likely make accomodation for them.
Sadly, the ADA is likely something that will be with us for eternity, just as ambulance chasing lawyers like Singleton will. Combine a politically correct, touchy feely law like the ADA with politicians and lawyers and we can be assured that the ADA and the rip off lawsuits will be with us for years to come.