California was once solid republican, now look at it. Perry out there telling those businesses to move to Texas. There more to life than money folks.
The last numbers I saw ranked Texas at 8th in the total number of muslims. California, NY, and NJ were the top 3. Michigan was 6th. I believe Minnesota was way up near the top of the list.
I know a left wing retard who once hit the ceiling because God was mentioned in his son’s school. Now he’ll simply pretend this isn’t happening.
Lawsuits must be filed. Separation of church and state type stuff.
Time to broom the mudslymz out. No quarter, no quarter given at all.
Because that’s how they operate.
I have some hope that students saw those burqas as an indictment of Islam.
A thread from Monday if anyone is interested in the comments thereon:
Several articles at this site about the incident along with comments:
Texas is often misunderstood and romanticized at times by outsiders and is set to become the most diverse state in the union in the near future, but we are not in danger of being lorded over by jihadis or their proxies. We have here a rogue educator who also is receiving public support by her superiors...On the whole these vermin are not treated warmly in Texas overtly or otherwise. Forget it.
What is going on? What is happening to Texas? I keep hearing and reading these disturbing stories that tell me Texas is being infiltrated and taken over by libs, commies and wackos. It reminds me of what has happened to Colorado.
From the Memorandum of Understanding between The University of Texas at Austin and The Aga Khan University. http://www.scribd.com/doc/62191791/Mou-Ut-Aku-Signed-Copy
1.3 As a result of a mission to the University of Texas at Austin by representatives of the Aga Khan Development Network and the Aga Khan University, ongoing projects were reviewed including the progress and expansion of the Muslim Histories and Cultures Project, and a number of intellectual development areas have been identified for further exploration and include:
architecture and human settlement;
management, government, public policy and civil society;
economic growth and development;
tourism and leisure
media and communications;
education, science and technology;
health sciences including joint research and training;
2.1 Collaborate on the Muslim Histories and Cultures Project with the aim to expand the implementation of the project to and additional 180 teachers in the Texas School System over the next three years.
Perry has never taken an anti-Muslim or anti-Islam position.
Here is one of Perrys comments.
It is a great honor to be in the presence of the Imam of 16 million Muslims around the world, a global humanitarian leader, a man of peace with a pluralistic vision for people around the world, His Highness, the Aga Khan, the 49th Hereditary Imam of the Shia Imami Ismaili Muslims. Your Highness, on behalf of 23 million Texans, and over 600,000 thousand Muslims living in Texas, I extend our heartfelt appreciation for your 50 years of great international leadership. We are delighted to welcome you to the Lone Star State and participate in the celebration of your Golden Jubilee. I am also grateful to the many federal, state and local leaders in attendance tonight. By their presence, these special guests convey the profound respect that exists in the Western World for His Highness work and leadership.
I kept warning people during the primaries but no one would listen.
Not quite. Public school unions are doing as they are told by their national hierarchy. The left has had quite enough of Texas, and is taking it down by a method tried and true.
There is a simple and effective way to fight back, and there is NOTHING the left can do to stop it once you start.
Solving the muzzie problem is as simple as 1,2,3.
1. Tell hunters they’re good to eat;
2. There’s a bag limit of 3;
3. They’re out of season.
My fear is that these politicians are not going to create a new Ronald Reagan, but an American Anders Brevik.