Pamela Gellar strikes again.
No political ads on the Metro - because Gellar wanted to buy one.
Question: How on earth is this "neutral"? Philadelphia did the exact same thing. The decision to accept issue ads at all is Not a neutral one when they accept issue ads so long as no one wants to run an anti-Sharia ad.
This doesn't even have the superficial look of a "viewpoint-neutral" decision. They have decided against issue ads, all of them, based on their disagreement with the viewpoint of Pam Geller's ad.
Who's the radical?
Isn't it the people who change the rules to fit their own needs?