I have never been a particular fan of Conservatives for obvious reasons, at least obvious to anyone that knows me, but what I just read only reenforces my stance on Conservatives.
I will, however, admit, that there are points of the Conservative platform that I do agree, however; all of these points are strictly concerning conservative views and opinions in a financial respect. When it comes to conservative views on morals and ethics, they are so far off the chart it’s bares comprehension.
Yesterday on Fox News (surprise), conservative radio host Mike Gallagher was debating with Fox panelist Michael Gross about whether or not racial, religious or ethnic profiling is the answer to the ever expanding “war on terror.”
GROSS: Donâ€™t discriminate based upon race, creed, color, country of national origin.
GALLAGHER: Letâ€™s have a Muslim-only line.
GROSS: What uniform you are wearing. What we want to do is look at behavior. We want to stop people who behave wrongly.
JERRICK: Michael, I think you missed a Mike Gallagher line there. What did you just say about different lines?
GALLAGHER: Itâ€™s time to have a Muslims check-point line in American airports and have Muslims be scrutinized. You better believe it. Itâ€™s time.
GROSS: Of course, your prejudice, which means to prejudge when you say Muslims or any people of any faith should be treated unequally because of their faith. You are absolutely wrong. Most Arabs are not Muslims. Most Muslims are not Arabs. You donâ€™t have your facts straight. And Mr. Gallagher, how would you feel if we had a line for the Irish which English people were doing during the I.R.A. problems.
I just can’t believe that people are even able to think this way. The complete and utter lack of respect for another race simply based on ethnicity or religion is absurd! Just when I think some psychotic right wing conservative has said something so completely and utterly lacking any form of intelligence that it cannot possibly be topped, some senseless prick goes and tops it.
Somedays I just don’t want to be a part of this world when people like this can openly and freely exist, and even be praised for their thoughts.
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