reply to post by whaaa
One of the other freedoms we enjoy is freedom of expression. That includes freedom to own a dog and take him where ever you wish. I'll ask cair not
to complain until we fly a plane into their mosque, or as they are otherwise known, terrorist safe house.
Part of the problem is that certain people beleive we should simply change our way of life so as not to offend anyone, whether they are here legally
or illegally and regardless of their intentions.
The reason there are different nations with different cultures is so that everyone has a homeland where they feel comfortable and in step. It is not
our responsibility to appease every culture that crosses our path. If we did, we would no longer be a nation, but a giant bed and breakfast, where the
citizens are the poorly paid jaitorial staff. Those who fear pigs and dogs should take note that America may not be the best place for them,
particularly in light of the fact that our muslim president is losing influence and the time draws near that the public has had enough of this
bullsh1t. Really no other way to say it..
Personally, I have 15 dogs, or as I call them, "crusaders". I value each of their lives more than the live of a muslim, because no dog in the
history of manking has strapped on a bomb to murder kids eating pizza, hacked the head off of a journalist or flown a plane full of vacationing
americans into the Pentagon.
So an uninvited guest comes to my house, fully aware that I have an ass-load of dogs (here's a hint, I wouldn't really let him in). He's a muslim,
and after a few minutes, calls up the local cair branch, who also show up and trample my lawn with signs bearing swastickas and pictures of Bush on
First, I strap on a colt. Then I tell Ahkmad to hit the pavement. If he fails to comply, I introduce him to Flash, one of my "crusaders." I offer
him some bacon for the road, make the Obama supporters out front repair the damage at gun point, or perhaps test their commitment to their cause by
popping off a few rounds.
At some point, should the "gummint" should consider a similar policy. Either that, or hide the kids and add bomb shelters to the building code.