‘Vote Or Die’ Doesn’t Sit Well With American Airlines

The New York Daily News reports Phil Robinson, the director of Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs’ Citizen Change campaign, tried to board an American flight in Chicago last week wearing a “Vote or Die” badge on his lapel. But airline employees ordered him to remove it, explaining that the word “die” might upset folks on the plane. Combs said: “I can understand why American Airlines would do that. And if [the slogan] might make their passengers uncomfortable, I don’t have a problem with it.”

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