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Aug 25, 2013 19:22:55   #
magicray
 
JoAnneK01 wrote:
I support the right of the muslims to march but not on 9/11. This is one of the worst days in U.S history where so many lives were lost. And the radical muslims were responsible. Now if these same muslims were to come out and show or state that they were against the jihad and show support to the families who lost so many loved ones. Then maybe. . .

But as it is now, we have lost so many of our freedoms because of their actions. And yet, the muslims can not show us where they are actually being discriminated against or being treated badly. I have to give my support to the 2 million biker movement. I support the families who lost loved ones and those who were injured. Along with our military who are fighting so bravely. I say Mahalo (Thank You).
I support the right of the muslims to march but no... (show quote)


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Aug 25, 2013 19:45:07   #
Bruce with a Canon
 
With you in Spirit, The back will not let me ride.
3 scooter wrecks and a dragster crash has taken its toll
Aug 25, 2013 20:00:13   #
Dusty
 
Just what we need more noise pollution.
Aug 25, 2013 20:11:10   #
Danilo
 
tschmath wrote:
The ONLY references I can find to this story are in two ultra right wing crazy sources. No one from any credible source is following this. Maybe it's all just made up? And according to WND, the reason for the supposed march is to protest the unfair treatment Muslims in this country have been subject to and continue to be subject to.

Nothing violent, nothing anti-American, just a "hey, you're treating innocent people like shit. Think maybe you could lighten up a bit?"

And you don't like the choice of dates? Too bad. So I guess it would have been in poor taste for former Japanese internees to stage a protest on December 7? Sorry if your sensibilities are tweaked, but freedom of assembly is enshrined in the Constitution, just like the right to bear arms. And nowhere in the Constitution does it say to please make sure you pick a date that everyone is OK with. Deal with it.
The ONLY references I can find to this story are i... (show quote)


Don't feel that your missing anything important by only following left-wing nut-job media, tschmath. You're learning everything you want to know, right? (left?) (?)
Aug 25, 2013 20:37:10   #
Merlin1300
 
Danilo wrote:
Don't feel that your missing anything important by only following left-wing nut-job media, tschmath. You're learning everything you want to know, right? (left?) (?)
Tschmath is a well known, left wing, liberal, Ki$$a$$ who haunts these sites trolling to stir up the blood pressure of conservative Americans.
One day he will come to realize his folly {perhaps he is too stupid ?}
Aug 25, 2013 20:40:36   #
gmcase
 
Yeppers, that is him to a T. I have nicknamed him MathTard
 
Aug 25, 2013 20:45:28   #
Merlin1300
 
gmcase wrote:
Yeppers, that is him to a T. I have nicknamed him MathTard
Only one letter off - - MathTurd
Aug 26, 2013 01:10:52   #
Hal81 (a regular here)
 
tschmath wrote:
The ONLY references I can find to this story are in two ultra right wing crazy sources. No one from any credible source is following this. Maybe it's all just made up? And according to WND, the reason for the supposed march is to protest the unfair treatment Muslims in this country have been subject to and continue to be subject to.

Nothing violent, nothing anti-American, just a "hey, you're treating innocent people like shit. Think maybe you could lighten up a bit?"

And you don't like the choice of dates? Too bad. So I guess it would have been in poor taste for former Japanese internees to stage a protest on December 7? Sorry if your sensibilities are tweaked, but freedom of assembly is enshrined in the Constitution, just like the right to bear arms. And nowhere in the Constitution does it say to please make sure you pick a date that everyone is OK with. Deal with it.
The ONLY references I can find to this story are i... (show quote)


Why did they chose 9/11 for their march? And if you look on facebook and the internet its all over. And the bikers are now calling for 10 million to show up not 2. And freedom to assemble works both ways. Deal with that.
Aug 26, 2013 11:20:11   #
Kombiguy
 
tschmath wrote:
the reason for the supposed march is to protest the unfair treatment Muslims in this country have been subject to and continue to be subject to.
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Not bit of truth to this. Anti-muslim prejudice takes a way back seat to anti-Jewish prejudice, among others.
Aug 26, 2013 11:58:41   #
Sierracoyote
 
Check this out - A Word to rioting Muslims
http://dotsub.com/view/72457cbc-fe18-4053-ae3f-6c7639cf4e79
Aug 26, 2013 13:45:06   #
Remus
 
I'm sure that everyone attending will give full respect to the innocents who were murdered on 9/11 including the 28 Muslims who died in the twin towers and the three others who were passengers on planes. Note, this number does NOT include any of the terrorists. Interestingly this number equals 1.07 % of the innocent dead on 9/11 which is just about the same percentage of Muslims that live in the USA.
 
Aug 26, 2013 13:57:08   #
gmcase
 
Sierracoyote wrote:
Check this out - A Word to rioting Muslims
http://dotsub.com/view/72457cbc-fe18-4053-ae3f-6c7639cf4e79


Eventually the content of this video may even be obvious to the politically correct progressives. I think it may happen though when it is too late.
Aug 26, 2013 16:26:29   #
magicray
 
Kombiguy wrote:
Not bit of truth to this. Anti-muslim prejudice takes a way back seat to anti-Jewish prejudice, among others.
Just because Muslims wipe their butts without TP using their hand only and treat women like goats isn't any reason to be biased.
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