Asian people are not liberal, you know, by nature. They’re usually more industrious and hard-working.
Him: I just can’t believe we elected that Muslim AGAIN!
Me: He’s not a Muslim.
Him: Just because he said he ain’t don’t mean he isn’t.
Me: There’s no such thing as a “secret Muslim.” Besides, I don’t think Muslim is the word you wanted to use anyway, was it?
Him: He’s a Muslim, I don’t care what you say.
Me: I think the word you really want to use is nigger and Muslim is just what you call him to seem less racist.
Him: Oh, come on. I ain’t a racist.
Him: But he’s a nigger, too.
Me: …there it is.
Islam Is a Religion, and Therefore Protected by the Constitution - Plaintiffs in a Tennessee lawsuit want to deny local Muslims the right to build a mosque. Why? They claim it's not a legitimate faith and shouldn't be allowed First Amendment rights.
It’s unclear whether a procedural victory for opponents of a controversial Islamic center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, will delay or permanently enjoin completion of a mosque, under construction since last September. Equally unclear, without detailed knowledge of the facts, are the merits of Chancellor Robert Corlew’s ruling that the planning commission had not provided proper public notice of the construction before granting a permit. But if this ruling is not a victory for bigotry (Corlew explicitly acknowledged the Islamic congregation’s rights under the First Amendment and a federal statute), it is a victory for the bigots who opposed the mosque out of antipathy toward Islam and the idiotic claim that it is not a religion.
Mosque opponents effectively “put Islam on trial,” KATV reports. At 2010 hearings, “a string of witnesses questioned whether Islam is a legitimate religion and promoted a theory that American Muslims want to replace the Constitution with extremist Islamic law and the mosque was a part of that plot.”
These are not arguments; they’re fantasies, and we have heard them all before, often from the same people who would conform constitutional rights (notably rights for gay people and women) to their understanding of biblical law. Still, the ignorance and un-self-conscious hypocrisy that underlies rants about Shariah law are breathtaking.
Here’s how Joe Brandon*, the plaintiff’s attorney in the Tennessee case, explains opposition to the mosque: “This Shariah-compliant facility must show they are a religious organization, which we vehemently dispute. They are a political organization with Shariah-compliant rules and regulations. Shariah and the U.S. Constitution cannot coexist.”
I find it almost remarkable for a black man to say ‘now we are going to decide who are people and who are not people.’
—Rick Santorum On President Obama’s pro-choice stance
"That stupid bitch got what she deserved (I'll bet she was fat and black too)". Shocking emails of Texas police hacked and dumped online
Hackers claim to have accessed the email accounts of more than two dozen law enforcement agencies in Texas and dumped the contents online. The group said the information posted online included classified police documents as well as lewd and racist jokes.
- let me see yo panty line
- pick my booger
- frilly sock G
- dolla store cashier anthem
- make it deaf clap
- rolla skate drive by
- sniff my butt
- i suck at dominoes
- where my baby powder?
- do da doo doo
- maya angelou bounce
- red lobster wedding
- henn-dog picnic
- coco butter titties
- lemme sniff some socks
- 5 year old in’a baby carriage
bonus: the dozens