A Christian man recently purchased the Vista Ridge Mall in Lewisville, Texas. Wanting to make a few changes, he’s decided to make a move that few business owners are willing to do in our country. In fact, he’s triggering liberals across the nation after they learned about the two bold things he plans on putting inside that has left every patriot cheering him on.
After Odessa businessman John Bushman purchased the old Vista Ridge Mall, he decided to do some renovations to it. In fact, he’s not only changing the name to Music City Mall, but he’s going to make a few upgrades as well. However, in doing so, he’s decided to help shoppers find “peace and love” during their shopping experience and has made plans to place two new monuments on display — and after hearing about what they are, liberals are in a panic.
As if making the $17.3 million cash purchase wasn’t enough, Bushman has decided to spend at least another $3 million on renovations, according to Breitbart. However, many people fear that he will be wasting his money, as liberals are going to attack from every side after word gets around about what he’s doing. He’s decided to put an 8-foot tall Ten Commandments monument and a giant 30-by-60-foot American Flag inside his mall.
His goal is to create a place that draws customers in by providing an environment more Americans yearn for. “We’re not trying to overwhelm anyone or make a statement. We just believe in the Lord’s love,” Bushman explained. “That’s the sole reason. We hope when someone sees it, it will touch their heart and give them new hope that day.”
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The monuments are to be located in two separate locations within the mall. The eight-foot by five-foot Ten Commandments display will be on the ground floor. Although Bushman initially wanted it on another level, the weight was far too heavy for it to be placed anywhere other than the ground floor, so he’s decided to add a second display, consisting of only two commandments, that will be on the second floor as well.
“We’re putting the two greatest commandments about loving the Lord and your neighbor on the second level because they weigh about a third of the 800-pound Ten Commandments,” the new mall owner explained.
Bushman isn’t the only Christian businessman or company to incorporate their faith into their business marketing plan. A list of those companies includes Interstate Batteries in Dallas, Hobby Lobby in Oklahoma City, and Chick-fil-A in Atlanta.
“Anytime a mall can be more open and friendly to shoppers and the community, I don’t see how you can fail,” the mall’s new general manager, Richard Morton explained. To better the shopping experience, the mall offers daily music programs, a self-playing grand piano, and display areas for the art of local school students.
“In times of turbulence in the world,” Bushman concluded, “we’re sharing peace and the Lord’s love. We all need more of that.”
However, liberals have already caught wind of his plan and aren’t exactly ecstatic. In fact, several of them are downright bothered.
“Christianity isn’t the only religion in the US!” one commented. “What about the non religious crowd? How will this draw them to the mall? Does this mean I can build a satanic mall to draw crowds?” another angrily asked, while one simply said, “I will not go there no.” Sadly, one took it even a step further and said, “Place the Quran in there too.”
Of course, they’re missing the point. Bushman simply wants to spread God’s word and to offer a place where the hate in this world doesn’t seep in. Instead, he hopes that people will come to share the peace and love – regardless of their faith. At the very least, by coming to his mall, Bushman hopes to help people see what America used to be like and to learn the Ten Commandments – we all could use a refresher. In fact, Deuteronomy 6:7 says, “Repeat them again and again to your children. Talk about them when you are at home and when you are on the road, when you are going to bed and when you are getting up.”
Most of America loves God and country. Just because some liberals feel offended over it, shouldn’t mean that pride can’t be displayed at a privately own business. If you have a problem with it, shop somewhere else – plain and simple.