Monday, May 3, 2010 8:52:08 AM
The mural is nothing more than an oversized bumper sticker, I don't agree with his sentiments but I also take exception to everyone else telling him he doesn`t have a right to his. Mind your own business people and stop being pussies that get so damn offended about every little thing. Soon this whole country will be so locked down with rules and laws, we might as well be living in North Korea. So what if your feelings get hurt reading something...don`t read it or post your own opinion somewhere!
Sunday, May 2, 2010 11:52:22 AM
In the immortal words of George Carlin...
I feel for instance I have the right to do anything I please. BUT, if I do something you don't like, I think you have the right to kill me.
So where are you gonna find a fairer dratin` deal than that?
So the next time some non-nice individual says to you, "I have a right to my opinion", you say, "Oh yeah? Well I have a right to my opinion, and my opinion is you have no right to your opinion." Then shoot the drat and walk away.
Saturday, May 1, 2010 6:38:53 PM
this whole issue highlights the tension that exists in the background about terrorism and stereotypes. there are groups of people who generalize people from the middle east as terrorists who wish to assault all the "values" that we hold dear, such as freedom. but what i would like to know is does the value of freedom include the freedom to practice whatever religion, and forms of government others want? and if you want to talk about the consent of the people and human rights, just look at the United States: Guantanamo, corrupt government officials, bloated capitalism, corrupt corporations, prostitution of American values, KKK, white supremacy, blah blah blah... maybe everybody should just sit down and think about what we're doing and what the ramifications of our actions are for once.