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Texas Republican To Pakistani-American Law Student: Maybe You Should Go To Afghanistan With All the Radical Muslims

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DebbieRiddle Texas Republican To Pakistani American Law Student: Maybe You Should Go To Afghanistan With All the Radical Muslims

*Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly implied that Riddle referred to the Afghan people as “terrorists.” She referred to the Afghan people as “radical Muslims” “who want us all dead.” Our bad.

Oh, Minnesota. We know you feel bad about the fact that your state has a crazy lady representing you in Congress. And you should feel bad. Because she really is crazy. But cheer up, because today’s story is not about Michele Bachmann. As it turns out, Texas also elects crazy people to represent them:

Texas Rep. Debbie Riddle (R) took to Facebook recently to vent her absolute disgust at a newspaper article describing the sensitivity training for American soldiers in Afghanistan:

“Our soldiers do NOT need to be taught how to be sensitive to radical Muslims [Dolt ed. note: have a look at the "radical Muslims" in the photo from the newspaper article about which she is complaining]. They do not need to be worried about blowing their nose wrong or using their left hand and offending someone. . . . They should not be bothered with being sensitive to people who want us all dead! We need a true leader in the White House — a vote for Obama is a vote to destroy our country.”

Abdul Pasha, 23, a student at South Texas College of Law, then provided a link to the article in question and responded that Riddle and her followers should actually read it before making “bigoted” comments: “Go educated [sic] yourself, if yall have real guts.”

Debbie did not like this:

Abdul, if you are so offended by our soldiers then you don’t need us or our money in Afghanistan. As an American I am greatly offended that we have had American soldiers killed by the very ones we were attempting to train and help — Afghanistan soldiers. Get a grip fellow — if you want to be an American act like one and be proud of our country and stand up for our military. If you can’t do that then go where people are sensative [sic] enough for you – I guess that would be Afghanistan – where they still live like they are in the Stone Age – but still very sensative.

But Pasha doesn’t need to “act” like an American” — he is an American. Also, it would be a little difficult for him to move back to Afghanistan since he wasn’t born there. Pasha, who is an American citizen, was born in Pakistan and moved to Houston when he was 10 years old — which he then awesomely pointed out to Debbie and her followers [sic for typos throughout]:

I’m not offended by our soldiers. They are the most underpaid and unappreciated members of our society. With that being said, there is nothing wrong with being critical of our policies and military industrial complex. Furthermore, Im offend by yall, who are so close minded that, its your way or get the hell out of here. The amount of xenophobia is incredible! A society does NOT work that way. All this does is alienate people. I would go to Afghanistan but only if all of yall come with me and see the truth rather than relay on what Fox News feeds yall. And, I don’t have to “act” like an American. I am an American and I’m not going anywhere.

Riddle then got a little maternal on his ass, telling him that young people should not question their elders:

Abdul – I guess it is OK that the Muslims kill and torture people when they get their feelings hurt. I guess we should not have 1st Amendment rights – we might hurt your feelings. I guess we should all bow and scrape to Muslims because we don’t want to be politically incorrect. Well, I suggest that you step out of your easily offended world and appreciate those of us who pay the taxes and provide your education and your freedom. We provide benefits for you and you call us names because we are angry at the Muslim world for killing our citizens. So, be proud of your country and stand against people that murder our people. I would also advise you that it is not nice to insult those of us who are old enough to be your parents or grandparents because we have lived more life and know a little more about the real world than you do. It is called respect and you will do far better in life appreciating what others have done for you. I won’t burn a building or kill someone because you are insulting – I just consider it ignorance on your part and you will grow up someday.

It looks like Texas is going to be stuck with Riddle for some time to come. First elected to the Texas State Legislature in 2002,  in the upcoming election Riddle faces Democrat Brad Neal, whom she already defeated in 2010 with more than 70 percent of the vote.

And in case you were wondering, no, this is not Riddle’s first visit to Crazytown. Here are some souvenirs from her past vacations there:

  • “Where did this idea come from that everybody deserves free education, free medical care, free whatever? It comes from Moscow, from Russia. It comes straight out of the pit of hell.
  • Riddle claimed on Anderson Cooper 360 that Middle Eastern women were coming to the United States to give birth and were then returning to their home countries to raise their babies as “little terrorists” who also had US citizenship.
  • Formal prayer has been taken out of our schools. How about this idea? Read from the book of Proverbs from the Bible. Proverbs is a book of wisdom. Proverbs is in the Holy Scriptures for Christians and Jews. As for other religions — the wisdom won’t do them any harm. This nation was built on Christian and Jewish values and the Bible was actually used in the classrooms in our early days. To toss the very foundation on which our country was built because of political correctness is wrong and we see the results in society today. I say have a reading out of Proverbs each day in our classrooms. What do you think?”

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81 Responses to Texas Republican To Pakistani-American Law Student: Maybe You Should Go To Afghanistan With All the Radical Muslims

  1. Ted Larsen

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    You can't argue with stupid. SOME Texans are good at that.

    My apologies to those of you who aren't,

    • Keesh

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      Thanks. We aren't all bigots.

      • Fredrik

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        Only 70%

      • Newt

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        I think the actual number is closer to 90%.

    • Unfortunately, this woman is my Representative (and, no, I've never voted for her). Ugh.

      • Did you vote at all though (assuming you can). Otherwise it's not really a valid defense.

        Of course you have the right to not vote and you can still complain about it because there's no "They're All Rubbish" option.

        • Yes, I voted for her opponent & will do so again. I always vote.

          • ThursdayFae

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            You could also send her letters and emails and phone calls. As your representative, she is supposed to represent you, not take your vote and then do whatever she feels like. I don't necessarily think it will work, but on rare occasions, I've seen politicians actually represent their constituents regardless of personal feelings on issues (the most recent example was one of the deciding votes for marriage equality in Washington State–one of the reps decided to listen to all the letters and phone calls and emails she got, saying that she was overwhelmed by her constituents' wishes, and had to vote in favour regardless of personal opinion). :)

    • texan here

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      The problem is the ill informed voting masses, and the polarizing, sensationalizing news networks (not naming names) that brain wash people into believing that the end of times is coming unless people from a certain party are elected into office.

      The republican party has become so ultra christian conservative, that if Ronald Reagan were to time travel to 2012 and run for president, he would probably be labeled by Fox News as a socialist. Even Obama is fairly moderate on most issues, but again people have deep-seated bias towards people who are "others", and are unwilling to accept those people as being equal, and thus will align themselves to whatever crazy ideas their "group" has. Christians vs Non-Christians, Republicans vs Democrats, Americans vs Non-Americans, etc. The unfortunate truth, is that people with this mindset tend to vote for the same party, and that leads to a giant groupthink which cant be persuaded by facts.

      • dalton wisdom

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        I wish more people would think like this. It's actually sad to say that I wish more people thought like this, which is really the most basic of common sense.

      • Matt p

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        What I always enjoy about these idiots is how they preach brimstone and fire. It's always the end of times. If they actually read their own bible start to finish, firstly, they'd be jews. Secondly, they would know that the end of times comes after a millenia of peace. Isaiah, not revelations… But why would they read their own reference material?

    • Syn

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      I've spent a good part of my life living overseas as part as a military family. It is very important to become acclimated to the laws of the country you are in, as well as cultural and societal norms and mores. Imagine you are in a room full of people and you are making yourself obnoxious to them out of ignorance of something they find offensive.

      At least if you learn about the culture of the people you are sharing space with you can then make a choice if you want to be offensive or not instead of blundering around like an idiot.

      • Dave

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        That should be obvious to most intelligent people who aren't arrogant fools.

        People who were raised properly try not to offend their hosts. Didn't this woman's Mother ever teach her any basic manners.

    • Ashley

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      Ted, if you are truly appalled by her then please help out Brad. We are working hard to defeat her. Feel free to stop by our cool office on Louetta and Kuykendahl (behind the McDonald's). You can get all sorts of campaign materials at the office as well as meet others who want her out of office. As his campaign coordinator, I am always looking for those who are willing to make calls to Independents and Republicans who feel like their party has left them behind.

  2. Tracey

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    "It's called respect" says Riddle. Yes, and our soldiers would have a much easier time in Afganistan if they tried showing some, instead of running around the country like a bunch of drunken frat boys on Spring Break.

    We are guests in Afganistan. Maybe we should show a little respect for our hosts.

    • Tracy: I am sure since you are pretty stupid that you never wore a uniform. As I did fight for this country for over 10 years I can say this. We are not guests,we are there to police a people not capable of doing it for themselves. I would advise you to get the hell out of my country if you feel so strongly about the way we go about protecting the U.S against our enemies. Feel free to run your mouth in Afghanistan, they won't post harsh words about you, they will ter the flesh from your bones. I don't think drunk frat boys do that, or do we?

      • Anonymous

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        It sounds to me as though you do not understand what is actually going on overseas and what we have done/are doing. Also, by telling a person to "get out of my country", you sound like a xenophobic redneck incapable of rational thought. I say he can stay, so that is our two against your one. Thank you democracy.

        Why the two responses ten minutes apart? Couldn't organize your thoughts coherently? Might be the alcoholism. Feel free to post two replies, I won't read them.

        • Linda (The Daily Dolt)

          Linda the Dolt

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          Sometimes this stupid comment system makes it look like your comment isn't posting, so sometimes people leave repeats. I don't know how to fix it, but if you get an error message, don't worry — your message is usually still posting.

        • Guest

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          Sarcasm people this is clearly sarcasm.

        • Capps

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          While they aren't the most agreeable example of the military he does have a point about armchair generals.

          It should also be noted that the USA is a republic, not a democracy.

          • Anonymous

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            Democratic republic.

          • Anonymous

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            Meaning that claims that those who wish to change the current administration and methods are perfectly capable of doing so through the provided channels, and have no need to "get out."

            Saying such a thing as, "If you don't like it, leave" is quite simply the most ignorant thing you can say in regards to public policy. And quite frankly, for someone claiming to defend the Constitution via the military, he certainly doesn't seem to respect it.

      • Chris Howard

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        It is just as much her country as it is yours, you don't gain more ownership for being in the military.

        • LEP

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          I second that!

          • Freddy

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            I third that

      • Hooyah

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        "As I did for over 10 years."

        Meaning you don't currently. And thank God for that. The lives of the people serving now don't need to be put in any greater danger than they already are because crazies like you don't know how to carry yourself with decency and decorum abroad.

      • Mitchell Howard

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        Maybe Tracy did, or maybe she didn't, but I DID fight for this country and I agree with her wholeheartedly. Or did you never receive a copy of General Order #1 when you deployed?

      • Jimmy

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        I am a Texan, and a soldier as well. I've learned the Pashto language, I've interacted with many Afghans, I've come to know their culture and religion intimately. They're an incredible people, and their values are very strong. For more information, Google Pashtunwali.

        I would be very interested to see how much experience Mrs. Riddle has with them or their culture. I would also be interested to hear how well traveled she is, how much experience she has with dealing with other cultures in general. Part of the human experience is learning how other people think, how they see the world, and accepting that their ways are just as "correct" as ours. It is arrogant to say that we are better than others when you have little true knowledge of others.

      • Anonymous

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        No, bullies do that.

    • Tracy: You are pretty stupid, we are not guests and by the way after 11 years of fighting for this country I can say whole heartedly, we do not act like “a bunch of drunken frat boys on Spring Break” Get the hell out of MY country.

      • Anonymous

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        It is not YOUR country. It is the PEOPLE"S country. We are a country of many creeds, races and opinions. If you want to remove everyone who disagrees with you than you are no different than the extremist Muslims that try to force their beliefs on everyone and kill anyone who disagrees. How does that sit with you? Your bigotry is no different from theirs.

        • Boom-headshot

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          SCHNICE! BUUUURRRRN

        • Anonymous

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          Apply water to burnt area…lol

          Awesome response…

        • Jamesus

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          Politics aside – it's hella rude to refer to the military as a bunch of 'drunken frat boys'… Why does political discussion always resort to petty name calling… it just slows the path to understanding.

      • Squidman

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        You're right we aren't guests. We are occupiers.

      • Anonymous

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        I'm terrified that we have such ignorance serving in our military. You should be ashamed

    • jonathan

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      Wow, thank you for the respect and education you have concerning afghanistan, your military and my friends that have died and will die defending you and your freedom. and guests? in afghanistan i must have missed the part where the taliban "cordially" invited us over to attempt destroying their system of government. You are as ignorant as you are insulting and I hope that more of my countrymen appreciate our service. You disgust me

  3. B. Ward

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    Mr. Jayson,

    I guess free speech was not one of the values you enlisted in the military to protect?

  4. Matt

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    "… it is not nice to insult those of us who are old enough to be your parents or grandparents because we have lived more life and know a little more about the real world…" People who say things like this know nothing of the real world. Their prejudices make them retarded and they live censored lives. Speaking as someone as old as many of our bigoted Republican politicians, I know this. I've watched their stupidity as we've grown-up together. They've wasted their lives and want only to waste the futures of everyone else.

    • Neil

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      Making the "you should respect your elders" argument is an admission of defeat. The only reason you would ever resort to such an argument is because you don't have a better one.

    • Karl Bonner

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      Attitudes like this is one of the biggest reasons we need to severely punish Republicans this election.

  5. cho

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    Debbie "Douche Bag" Riddle .. nice!

  6. joe

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    stories like this make me sad that I'm a Texan. there's so much coolness in this state, but it seems to be trapped in an ocean of stupid inbred hick fuckwads–who, themselves, are descendants of thieving immigrants; their lives glued together with the blood of the indigenous people they slaughtered.

    people like her are an embarrassment to Texas.

    • anotherpakistani-ame

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      Must say, its relieving to say the least to hear such a reply. People like Riddle really do corrupt the reputation of states such as Texas. I live here in Boston, Massachusetts and we think all of you over in texas are incest grown rednecks who are glued to fox news as some sort of lifeblood.

      • Anonymous

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        "I live here in Boston, Massachusetts and we think all of you over in texas are incest grown rednecks who are glued to fox news as some sort of lifeblood."

        Do you realize how hypocritical that sounds? That is a bigoted comment, similar to the comments Liddle has made about Pakistan.

        Ecological fallacy. Educate yourself. Also, maybe you should do some traveling to other parts of the country…hopefully it will make you less close-minded.

        • William Diaz

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          Having lived in both New England and Texas (in fact having gone to medical school and teaching in Texas) I can say that many of the perceptions of Texas as an ignorant, backward racist state are right on the money. There are some cool places (Austin, San Antonio), but the vast majority of Texas is an evil, stupid place full of corruption, police malfeasance, racism and some of the dumbest, craziest, most criminal politicians in the country.

          The state of Texas is a blight on this entire nation.

          While all Texans cannot be painted with the same brush, there is certainly enough people who fit that description to make such generalizations stick.

          Have a great day!

          • lisa

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            I agree..this state has gone to crap…i was born and raised here and it has changed so much….or maybe i have..im currently looking for a better home.

          • TexasFratJesus

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            William Diaz, who ever you are, you are a fucking idiot. Thats why the economy of Texas is one of the largest and most rapidly growing economies in the United States. Those dam republican red necks obviously have no idea what the hell is going on. Many of you flaming this lady do not have the slightest capacity to even remotely understand what she is talking about regarding soldiers. Ignorance is truly bliss.

      • whatevskies

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        That's an incredibly closed-minded comment. There are plenty of educated people spread out throughout our country, just as I'm sure there are plenty of inbred idiots in Boston. I've been there, I know. Whereas it really seems to me that you've never been to Texas, especially not an amazingly open-minded and progressive city like Austin.

      • Another Anonymous

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        "we think all of you over in texas are incest grown rednecks who are glued to fox news as some sort of lifeblood."

        Rednecks? In small towns and parts of East Texas, maybe. As for Fox News, unfortunately, this is true for a considerable majority. It's hard being a Democrat in Texas, especially when people like Riddle go around representing us with her foot in her mouth and her head up her ass- Ron Paul gives me hope. Fortunately, I have many like-minded friends and a few family members, and I've been encouraging them to vote. Hopefully there are enough of us Dems to make an impact.

      • Justacomment

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        Maybe I am the only one who took the time to read the first part of this comment… "Must say, its relieving to say the least to hear such a reply. *People like Riddle* really do *corrupt the reputation* of states such as Texas." Which I took to mean that people like Riddle are responsible for the stereotype "incest grown rednecks who are glued to fox news as some sort of lifeblood", but that the poster is comforted that it is not true of all Texans.

        The, in my opinion, misunderstanding about this comment is just proof that people hear what they want (or expect) to hear. But maybe I fall into that category as well.

  7. Anonymous

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    i can't WAIT to get out of this shithole country

  8. anonymous

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    Respect is a two way street. It must be freely given in order to be freely earned. If this woman truly believes in American exceptionalism, she should lead the pack finding ways for American moderate Christians and middle eastern moderate Muslims to work together respectfully against extremism among both Christians and Islamists everywhere in the world. It's the most respectable thing to do.

  9. Alex Goldstein

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    While it's good to call this crazy woman out, I'm very disappointed in the way you chose to mislead your readers while doing so. At no point does Riddle say to "go back" to Afghanistan; there's a big difference between "go to" and "go back to". While her argument is facile and repugnant she never implied that Pasha was originally from Afghanistan. You lower the discourse by misleading your readers.

    • Linda (The Daily Dolt)

      Linda the Dolt

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      Noted and corrected. Thank you.

      I wasn't trying to mislead anyone but you're right that I chose a poor paraphrase of her words.

      • Alex Goldstein

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        Hey, fair enough. Thanks for the correction. I'm glad The Daily Dolt cares about things like that.

  10. Jeffrey Alexanders

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    Debbie ran out of xenophobic remarks so she fell back on "Respect your elders!" even though she, as an elder, deserves 0 respect and has absolutely nothing to teach others. I feel sorry for the children that are stuck being raised by her (if she had any), if she didn't, I hope nobody has to grow up living in xenophobia and having such a bad and immoral teacher.

  11. boaxada3

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    When do they start accepting volunteers for one way missions to Mars? I don't want to live on this planet anymore.

  12. Jack

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    Everyone in the world is the same. We eat, love, feel pain, grow old, die, all common experiences no matter what hat the human wears. Politicians scoring points off of being divisive is the true evil in society.

  13. anonymous

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    People like this make me ashamed to be an American.

  14. Anonymous

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    Articles like these make me feel glad I left Texas. Yes it is true not everyone is that bad, but if your not in Austin, Houston or parts of the other cities, it is that bad. May I remind you of the Texas private Christian University that made the news last election for hanging a noose in a tree after Obama won. I saw it in person the next day, so their bull shit cover up techniques are just that, bull shit. If Christian groups are that volatile in Texas you can understand why their senators and reps are compleat idiots and no one cares. Because let's be real, Jesus would want us to kill those terrorist bastards (defined as any non-whites by most southerners, even though Jesus was middle eastern) and respect your elders because it makes them feel less self-conscience about their racism. If they're lucky they might just sway our opinions some day… HA!

  15. Anonymous

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    The amount of spelling errors from Texas representatives and law students alike is frightening

    • Steve

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      I agree lol

  16. Michael

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    The average Texan seems to hate everything the US stands for. Perhaps they should secede. I know they'd get a lot of support from the rest of us.

  17. john

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    Rep, Riddle speaks her mind with confidence. Most of you lack such ability as to represent your people by serving in a leadership role, and making an absolute stance on such a sensitive topic. Rep. Riddle is brave, succinct and stands to protect your 1st Amendment rights irrespective of your sarcastic personal opinions….which, short of your vote, makes very little difference. Lead, follow or get (sic) out of the way.

    • english teacher

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      John,

      You're right that Rep. Riddle can speak her mind with confidence and has every right to do so because of the First Amendment.

      However, the First Amendment also allows those who see her statements as offensive, condescending, and flat-out wrong to call her out on her statements.

      It would be too much to hope for this woman to actually learn about more about the world and go beyond the narrow, prejudiced, and jingoistic view that she has.

  18. shesacunt

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    … with a capital C.

  19. Charles

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    May I remind the democrats of the idiot that was Nancy Pelosi…. "Every month that we do not have an economic recovery package 500 MILLION AMERICANS… LOSE… THEIR JOBS….. Guess were all jobless by now. or 1 month after she made that statement.

    • Nathaniel

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      LOL! That sounds like Riddle "I'm older" argument.

      What has it got to do with the current discourse?

  20. Daven

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    "This nation was built on Christian and Jewish values"

    uuuhhh….. this country was built on the dream of religious freedom… meaning for all =p

    It is not a Christian, nor a Jewish nation/country – Christianity was just a majority religion of the earlier time period, hence the teachings of bibles in school houses. I don't believe religion, unless it's a specific school dedicated to it, should be present in public schools as any sort of mandatory thing. There are too many different cultures mixed into one classroom. I can understand taking days out or not eating specific food items or having to take some time out at a specific hour to pray for their own religion, as long as it's not forced on others around them. I'd be pretty pissed as a kid for someone to tell me I can't eat what my mother packed for lunch just because the kid sitting next to me believes something different. Or that I need to pray to a god or religion I don't believe in. So why should it be forced on someone else? In other words, while I like learning about other cultures, beliefs, faiths and etc, I wouldn't want to force any of mine onto anyone, nor would I be too pleased to have theirs forced onto me.

    * Do unto others as you would want others to do onto you, right? It goes for everything, not just school or religion – I don't like to be generalized as a 'fat, stupid, bible-thumping, bullying American', when I know I'm none of the above… So I'm not going to generalize that all Middle Easterners are just out to blow everyone up and terrorize everything. It's hypocritical to believe that, as well as downright ignorant. A group is not the all.

    It's funny when bible thumpers throw the bible around and think the gov should do this, that and the other thing according to it – or to include it in everything, regardless that we have such a hugely diverse community around the country – but they seem to forget that we have separation of church and state for the exact reason why people left Europe for America in the first place. Not to mention that it would be stepping oh so closer to the way some Muslim countries are run – completely by the religion.

    The freedom of speech does allow her to say these things, and no one has the right to stop her, but it just makes her look stupid and unfavorable. Some things should just not be said. With great freedom comes great responsibility – and that would be what I call irresponsible for someone in her position and age. I would call her remarks unwise. It seems more like abusing the freedom/system, just like that retarded film did. :

    Sure, he had the write to freedom of speech to make said film, but it also killed innocent people. What did he think would happen on such a volatile subject? Besides that it could have been planned to rile the extremist groups on purpose. Total abuse of the amendment.

    As for teaching the soldiers sensitivity to Muslims, I think it's a good thing. You need to show respect to get respect – besides that it would give the extremists less crap to pick up and use against us. You won't get respect in return from everyone, but that's the way the world goes. Considering the regions have been torn apart for ages and ages, they probably don't see a reason to trust anyone, even when a foreign soldier hands them water and food (on top of having their surroundings bombed to crap). It just becomes "and whats in it for them by giving this to me?", like everyone, to them, is wearing a mask to hide the fact that they want something else in the end.

  21. Sarah

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    If a child stood up and told Hitler he was wrong, just because he was a kid, doesn't mean Hitler was automatically right. What is it about these nutjobs? If she wants to talk about evil, she need only look in a mirror. Or at Romney. Or at Ryan.

  22. bronkish

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    I was born in Boston and have lived in Mass for most of my 40-something years. Except when I lived in Texas, Georgia, Alabama and California. The moral ineptitude, vacuousness, ignorance, fear and just plain bat-shit crazy exists in abundance in at least all those places.

    Also, to that pompous fucker licking the dead-baby brains from the asses of our frat-boy military, I served and all I can honestly tell you from my years there is woe to us all.

    I'll leave you with a little ditty we used to tease each other with in grade-school that is all too fitting: if brains were dynamite you wouldn't have enough to blow your nose.

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    • Linda (The Daily Dolt)

      Linda the Dolt

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      • Ted Larsen

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        I can't understand the barrage of the Kim Kardashin clothes spams that have been appearing.The URL is owned by some guy in Estonia, but the site is hosted by a small ISP here in NC.

        Knowing how spammers work the ISP probably doesn't even know they are hosting it.

        • Linda (The Daily Dolt)

          Linda the Dolt

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