Thu Aug 2, 2012, 10:38 AM
LuckyTheDog (5,950 posts)
Proposed Tax to Support Detroit Institute of Arts is Secret Muslim Plot, Crazy Person Writes
Like most people you probably think the DIA millage proposal is a fairly noncontroversial proposal to regionally fund the local cultural institution. Other than the same seven get-off-my-lawn misanthropes who resent paying taxes for a fire department because they own a perfectly good garden hose, pretty much everyone else supports this DIA millage right?
Well, Mr. and Mrs. Complacent Middle America, it is time to wake up because local paranoid Debbie Schlussel has discovered this DIA tax is really a secret plot by Muslims to implement Sharia Law.
debbieschlussel.com: Supporters of this art museum tax arenít advertising the DIAís extensive Islamic ďartĒ collection. Instead, they are marketing it as a way for parents to get their kids some culture infusion via school field trips. Thatís baloney. The museum promotes Islam, not any sort of positive cultural aesthetic or education.
JUSTICE FOR SEAMUS!
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Thu Aug 2, 2012, 11:18 AM
gordianot (6,971 posts)
1. I hope this is not just a distraction in arriving at the truth for the GOP.
Sharia Law will be adopted in the US thanks to women who receive birth control on Obamacare. Remember it was 911 all over again yesterday. If you have ever talked to a Muslim there is a good chance you may be recruited by the Muslim Brotherhood. Get ready Libraries are the gateway to FEMA internment camps. For every book you check out a secret bug is placed in your house to monitor your loyalty. If only Michele Bachman would have won the Republican nomination we would soon have a brighter future with the economic genius of Glen Beck in a Bachman Administration.
Joe McCarthy was really too moderate.