You might wonder whether we’ve gone too far in our quest to even every playing field with a new lawsuit filed against McDonalds alleging that their requirement that customers going through the drive-thru must have a car is discriminatory.  The suit was filed by a blind man from Louisiana, Scott Magee. Magee claims he’s being discriminated against because McDonald’s will not serve non-drivers through their drive thru and of course, he cannot drive.  Further, since only the drive thru is open during the overnight hours, he is being treated differently because of his disability – a clear violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Just last week, we advise our subscribers about a Congressional hearing on so-called drive-by lawsuits where violations of the ADA are alleged against unsuspecting businesses in the hope of reaching a financial settlement.  These abuses do nothing to provide equal opportunities for individuals with disabilities.