To: Jacob Kell
posted on 11/22/2003 10:47:03 AM PST
("A memo to all you liberals: The party's over. I'm back!!!"-----Rush Limbaugh)
They won't condemn people that kill 3000 innocents, but they'll jump down Hart's throat over a comic that's not even very funny. Idiots.
posted on 11/22/2003 10:51:12 AM PST
("The road goes on forever, and the party never ends." --Robert Earl Keen)
Oddly enough, outhouses were actually built with crescent moon shaped holes in their doors from time immemorial. I don't know what the origin of this design is, but it didn't start with B.C.
posted on 11/22/2003 10:58:31 AM PST
THIS CARTOON IS OUTRAGEOUS! This is an OBVIOUS slam of Muslims- anyone can see that!
posted on 11/22/2003 11:06:17 AM PST
by Lunatic Fringe
(I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman.)
Oh, for goodness sake. Look at what I pulled up on Google:
And that's just on the first PAGE when you type in "outhouse" under "Image search."
I cannot believe that someone has been in this country as long as that CAIR jerk has and does not know this is the traditional way outhouse doors were ventilated!!! Hart should sue CAIR for harassment!
apparently hart has been niggardly with his information but there are clues to his anti-muslim toon... i have not read the article but thank dixiechick2000 for posting the toon...
in frame one... the character approaching the muslim house of worship is in silouhette... a traditional symbol for the first person, or "i"...
then the hidden message "s-l-a-m" together, they make islam...
and the worshipper has apparently entered the individual mosque...
the final frame speaks for itself with the insult interpreted as "not only am i a stinking muslim, but the whole religion stinks of corruption and evil...
either that or hart was just trying to earn a paycheck with a less than creative knock on the bush administration...
but that's another analysis
posted on 11/22/2003 7:39:49 PM PST
(three words, first word, one syllable, sounds like hoe..)
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