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“The War On Bacon” — Evidenlty More Important Than Fighting ISIS

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The Sneakers Bistro got its pick of a sign to stake into a prime traffic median along Winooski’s Main Street after dolling up the bed with annual flowers for the city of Winooski’s “Operation Bloom” volunteer program.

The sign that read “YIELD FOR BACON” was installed in June, according to a cached Facebook post, but it wasn’t until August that a Muslim resident of Winooski claimed the sign was insensitive to those who do not consume pork.

“I respect her religion and her right to believe what she wants but I’m pretty sure the First Amendment extends to bacon and the selling of it,” Wiley told the TV stationhere

Really?  This fool of a Muslim woman, who chose to live in the United States of America, is “offended” by driving past a sign with the word “bacon” on it?  You offend me lady! Might I suggest you move to the Middle East where they embrace tyranny and Sharia . . . .  or shut the freak up.

This isn’t just the run of the mill, Liberal indoctrination, ordinary stupid — American’s who love personal freedom and liberty should all be uber disgusted by this.  We can no longer sit quietly and allow the disgruntled, radical minority dictate to a free people.  We must start say not just, “No”, but “HELL NO”.

     Be Offended!bacon2

 

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4 comments on ““The War On Bacon” — Evidenlty More Important Than Fighting ISIS

  1. Crash MacDuff
    August 26, 2014

    Reblogged this on Crash Course.

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  2. ConnieD.@TastingAndACritic
    August 26, 2014

    Mmmm…bacon.

    Liked by 1 person

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