Re: BREAKING at Fort Carson, Colorado

Unbelievable that an Islamophobic t-shirt was brazenly being sold at a US Army PX!  Thanks for standing up for all Americans against those who want to impose their bigoted views under the cover of our Armed Forces.  Keep up the good fight!
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  1. Yeshua Warrior

    If I had the money, I would buy a box of those t-shirts and hand them out to military personnel as they are leaving the local Air Force base nearby me.

  2. Convivencia

    If I were in charge, anyone wearing that t-shirt would be ordered to wear it inside out.
    Reminds me of 2 more examples of porno: Remember what former Attorney General John Ashcroft did in 2002? Here’s a well put reference from
    “Curtains for nude statue of justice”
    “…Curtains costing £5,500 will now shield the aluminium art deco work – nicknamed “Minnie Lou” – and its companion, the Majesty of Justice, a male figure naked apart from a loincloth…” “…The two statues stand in the Great Hall of the US Justice Department, which was built in the early 1930s. They flank the large stage from which attorneys-general make major speeches…”

    “…Last November, after announcing a restructuring of the department to cope with the threat of terrorism, Mr Ashcroft was presented with press pictures showing his serious visage next to the Spirit of Justice’s breast…”

    Round 1 – Former Attorney General John Ashcroft was telegraphing to our collective subconscious that he was fatally altering our civil rights and instilling fear so that we could barely recognize our former civil rights The figures that he covered simply made me feel that I, a registered Democrat, an American Jew – along with everybody else required group punishment. The Patriot Acts etc and The Help America Vote Acts certainly did succeed in their goals of undermining our voter rights and our right to our privacy as citizens. Those 2 laws are handmaidens to each other.

    By covering up the statues, we were told to say bye bye to civilian privacy rights and voting rights. BTW, anybody remember who the The Help America Vote Act Four were or as I refer to them, “The HAVA 4.?” They were House Reps Robert Ney (R) and Steny Hoyer (D) and Senators Mitch McConnell (R) and Christopher Dodd (D). Robert Ney (R) is a FORMER House Rep – couldn’t continue due to his jail sentence. See for yourselves – search term on the internet typing in moritz election law hava.

    Sorry former Attorney General John Ashcroft: we perverted the statues’ coverings, all by ourselves. I think the artist hiding behind the burqa is an obscene cross dresser. As Seinfeld would say “and there’s nothing wrong with that.”

  3. Convivencia

    My correction of my misquote: As Seinfeld would say “not that there’s anything wrong with that.”

  4. Connie

    Of course YW approves of the shirt. I’m glad the MRFF was able to explain to the vendor the error of their ways.

    While predjudice has been a large part of humanities past it has no place in a balanced good for all and harm to none future.

  5. Tom

    do you sell those shirts don’t let this happen america?

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