Skip to comments.Texas Man Stages Pig Races to Protest Islamic Neighbor's Plans to Build Mosque 
Posted on 07/08/2014 6:06:22 AM PDT by kingattaxEdited on 07/08/2014 6:10:28 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
KATY, Texas When an Islamic group moved in next door and told Craig Baker the pigs on his family's 200-year-old Texas farm had to go, he and his swine decided to fight back.
In protest of being asked to move, Davis began staging elaborate pig races on Friday afternoons one of the Islamic world's most holy days.
Yes, I remember this from 2007. How did it turn out?
Would be a shame if their building was accidentally struck by lightning one night........
Its the neighborly thing to do
And BBQs. Nothing could appall Moslems more than a big lunchtime crowd chowing down on BBQ and beer every day of Ramadan!
There are way too many mosques in the country for the number of muzzies.
It appears to be a conspiracy to flood this country with these sinister structures.
The muzzies like cockroaches and rodents infest an area until they run it. Look at France and England. Our government is standing by hiding under their desks for fear of being called a name.
They insulted a Texan in front of 400 people?
He sounds like an individual of enormous self control to limit his anger to pig races. I truly doubt that a Texas jury would convict him if he ran a stampede of pigs over the Muslims while firing two six guns at them on horseback.
“We figured he was provoked, your honor. Not guilty.”
Sorry Mods, but that just writes itself!
And Dearborn (Detroit).
I was thinking more in terms of converting them...
I am very grateful to God for letting us off the Jewish dietary laws and revealing this to St. Paul.
They are foreign funded by theocratic nations like Saudi Arabia. Somehow the "separation of church and state" does not preclude foreign governments from funding organized religious colonies in this nation. They are adherents to Islamic law and bow allegiance to the Islamic empire in Mecca, not loyalty to the United States of America.
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