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How consistent do I need to be with the complex's "no soliciting" policy in order not to be hypocritical?

See, a while back I complained about a local church leaving literature at my door. Yesterday (by now) Time Warner left a note on my door about digital telephone service. Do I need to get more irritated than I feel since I got pissed enough at the church to call them and complain vociferously?

I could just throw it out, but if I want the no soliciting policy enforced, I should insist that it be consistent, yes?

Perhaps I will make some excuse tomorrow to go by the apartment leasing office and ask them about it.

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mikilt
Aug. 7th, 2008 11:40 am (UTC)
Churches often argue that they are exempt from "no soliciting" policies. It's unreal that they get away with it because they are "spreading god's love"
inafoxhole
Aug. 7th, 2008 03:01 pm (UTC)
This is true of city ordinances because of one interpretation of the First Amendment, but I'm talking about one on private property which churches aren't excluded from.

In my case, though, I'm more pissed about the church stuff than the commercial stuff (oppressed minority or whatever maybe), and I'm wondering how much irritation I need to feign over the commercial stuff for the sake of getting the other enforced without risking charges of hypocrisy.
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