Country Intolerance

Art by Michael Ramirez

Country Intolerance
Country Intolerance
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USA –-( Country Intolerance.

“An apparently frustrated Mike Huckabee resigned from the board of the Country Music Association Foundation after just one day Thursday, saying the music industry is intolerant to those with conservative, religious beliefs.”



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  • 9 thoughts on “Country Intolerance

    1. This dork named Sal has overtaken the response to the cartoon, which I don’t think is funny. Mike Huckabee is a christian and an honorable person. I think the country music industry is turning liberal like hollywood. That’s too bad I always thought of country music as good old home town music. I guess they don’t need our support, either.

      1. @Tcat, he is just twisting our tail to get a response. He is an amateur propagandist, malcontent, unfit for a job at McDonalds. Remember Sal Chicken is dork spelled backwards.

      2. @Tcat, “This Dork Named Sal” I have heard that in a honky tonk. Haven’t heard it in a lot of years, though. I bet only us long time fans remember it! Hank Williams, I think.

        1. Who cares if he doesn’t believe in churches. No one asked him to voice his opinion on that and nothing was even referenced to churches. I think he spent to much time in that honky tonk before getting his grubby paws on a keyboard. You notice he posts garbage then disappears. I guess if I was a good Christian I would try to save him but I think some are hopeless. That does sound like a good ole country song, doesn’t it.

    2. As my eyes roll past yet ANOTHER mega-church, I cannot help but laugh at the idea of christians complaining about discrimination in the US. How many parcels of land are set aside in this country for jesus? Yeah, I thought so… if christians want to whine, then I suggest they do so in Saudi Arabia. At least then it won’t sound so goddamned hollow.

      1. Maybe instead of rolling your eyes and rolling past those Churches. You should actually stop and listen to the message being delivered. Who knows, you just might learn how to be a human, or does the truth offend you?

      2. @ Sal Chichon

        Or perhaps instead of rolling your eyes, ask yourself “Have any of those Christians tried to forcefully inject their beliefs into your life completely against your will thus forcing you into one of those churches.. The honest answer is no.

        Now, today(the 9th of march), there is a nominee for the EEOC chair named Chai Feldblum. This woman openly advocates stripping the First Amendment to forcefully impose what she calls “Sexual Liberty” on the entire U.S. population. Let me quote her own words….

        “That is because I believe granting liberty to gay people advances a compelling government interest, that such an interest cannot be adequately advanced if “pockets of resistance” to a societal statement of equality are permitted to flourish, and hence that a law that permits no individual exceptions based on religious beliefs will be the least restrictive means of achieving the goal of liberty for gay people..” END QUOTE

        Lets translate that. into common englinsh. “Pockets of resistance”, essentially, if you are a Christian with traditional beliefs and you voice them publically we are going to violate the First Amendment and crush you so you will be an example to anyone else who dares to try the same. This is what she said in 2005. Funny to see all the “Cake Shop” lawsuits in the years since.

        If you want to see what sounds “Hollow”, try this. You are on a firearms enthusiast site posting comments. One could logically conclude as option A that you are a firearms owner and supporter of the Second Amendment, and thus a supporter of the idea of constitutional protections. Isn’t it funny then that you would mock and complain about the First amendment and basically say “Who cares about their rights anyway, they are just a bunch of idiots.”

        Definitely looks hypocritical to me Sal.

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