If the person is smoking pot you can report him/her as breaking the law. If he is attempting to perform the job while drunk then it is an issue of questionable performance. If he is illegaly carrying a gun, he is again breaking the law and again, should be reported. The swastika maybe worn as a religious symbol - it is in Hinduism - and is no different than you wearing a cross and a Muslim or a Jew would refuse to employ you. The fondness of metallic body decoration is not against the law and you have no lawful reason to refuse their offer on THAT basis. You must think of something else.480sparky said:So if someone comes to your door, smokin' a joint, guzzlin' liquer, with an Uzi tucked into their pants and a swastika tattooed on their forehead, and more metal punched into their scalp than you own in tools, you'll glady let them into your house?
I think the key phrase here is "When you hire somebody...." I'm not required to hire the most competent person.
I didn't say the law was sane, but it is created by the lawmakers we elect. Over and over. Wake up people and do something about it if you don't like it.