Thursday, February 19, 2015

MUSLIMS ARE NOT THE REAL DANGER TO AMERICA






Once a year Muslims in Texas meet at the State Capital to celebrate their American heritage. 





Muslim terrorist are creating havoc in the Middle East; but here in the United States the real danger to individual freedom comes not from the Muslim community, but from the fundamentalist Christian cabal.   They would establish their version of Christian rule that would be every bit as draconian as Islamic Sharia Law.


These people would send us back to the eighteenth century where church clerics could condemn people to the stocks, or public whipping, public shaming, imprisonment or worse for defying their interpretation of Christian law.


These radicals are not to be laughed at, for they have already infiltrated the highest levels of our government and are accepted and placated by the Republican Party

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This type of vitriol, bigotry and intolerance is beyond freedom of speech – these people are capable of blind rage and violence in the name of their God, and they are seeking a Christian Nation.    

 Sound familiar?

Be afraid - be very afraid.


the Ol’Buzzard

7 comments:

  1. Especially in Texas, those that don't atone to their right-winged doctrine are certainly fucked

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  2. That's right -- Christian Fundamentalists are the American Taliban.

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  3. Unfortunately, there's no way to reason with someone whose mind is closed - never mind their heart.

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  4. I would be afraid if I was young but I've become an old fart and won't be here much longer so let them have at each other, with any luck they will kill each other off.

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  5. Who was it that said, "Facism in America will come wrapped in the flag and carrying a bible"?

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  6. You called it, my friend. They are a far greater threat not only to USA but to the world, than ISIS and related, simply because of the size and power of USA. Quite a prize on your way to take over the world.

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COMMENT: Ben Franklin said, "I imagine a man must have a good deal of vanity who believes, and a good deal of boldness who affirms, that all doctrines he holds are true, and all he rejects are false."