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#16    wunarmdscissor

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Posted 28 January 2004 - 02:17 PM

I agree with nearly all of what has already been said. Especially despondant Daves points.

I am not in the slightest bit racist but i am constantly made to feel like one by this political correctness madness.

I mean the real problem i have is that is really does seem that the laws governing racism only seem to be used on white people, i may be wrong but it seems other people (especially moslems, and i amnt being racist) can say what they feel about whites or even christianity yet if even a single word is uttered that isnt entirley complimentary about them or theyre religion then all hell breaks loose.

Am i alone in feeling this way?

I amnt intending to offend anybody here i accept racism is a huge problem and has to be stamped out.

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Posted 28 January 2004 - 06:47 PM

My favorite term is "reverse racism". What the hell does that mean? (Yes, I know-I just think it's ignorant).

My other favorite thing is a "hate crime". Say, if I kill someone, I get sentenced to 40 years-but if I HATED him I get another 10 (or whatever)! I guess if I decide to kill, I'll kill with love, maybe they'll reduce the sentence down or just forgive me the whole thing.

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