"This has zero to do with free-speech. Nothing. This case is about discrimination"
I agree, and I never said it's a free speech issue. The guy broke the law, knowing the consequences....
"So, according to your -- and this man's -- logic, were restaurants in 1930s Germany just "expressing their views".... "
...and to contunue my thread, the LAW
in Germany at the time allowed (even encouraged) the restaurants to do this.
The moral is that when a society revolves around just laws, there are remedies to discrimination, even when you can't totally eradicate discrimination from the hearts of every person.