â†µWell, now the creators of the “Horry Kow” shirts are defending their right to be racist in the most American way possible: file a lawsuit: â†µâ†µ
â†µâ‡¥The manufacturers originally agreed not to sell the shirt, which the Cubs called "racially offensive." But WFLD-Ch. 32 reported Wednesday the owners now plan to sue the Cubs to allow them to continue selling the shirts on the streets outside the park. â†µâ‡¥
â†µâ‡¥"Their contention is basically, 'First Amendment. We can say anything we want on the T-shirts,'" [Cubs Chariman Crane] Kenney said. â†µ
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