Glad for ABC and the creators of this show bashing Christians have such a "great" goal in life to clean up Christianity into their own Hollywood liberal worldview.
Friday, April 27, 2012
Gee, I wonder why people would complain in kids park about a woman walking around with a naked Tinkerbell tattoo getting screwed by a light switch?
A Royse City mother is claiming discrimination after being kicked out of the Grapevine Mills Mall Legoland for her body art, and she's using social media to win support from noted activists Travis Barker, Yelawolf and, of course, Busta Rhymes. As Mr. Rhymes would say, here's the scenario: On Sunday, Lana Massey decided to surprise her 8-year-old son, a Lego fanatic, with a trip to Legoland. "He's overjoyed that such a place exists," Massey tells Unfair Park.
The tattoo in question, which is pictured above, is definitely attention-grabbing. But Massey says the ink is original artwork from the 1940s. "No more offensive than zombie Jesus or guns promoting violence," she says. "Aside from any of that, there is nothing about tattoos in their policies, just inappropriate clothing. ... I could see if it was like a gaping vag or something like that, but I don't have anything like that." (Her friend does, apparently.) Besides, the folks at Legoland never even mentioned her Tinker Bell tat. "That's not what they told me," Massey says. "She didn't specify any particular tattoo." She also claims that Legoland's employees never gave her the option of returning for free on a different day. "The bottom line," she says, "is me and my son do thousands of things, and I've never been asked to leave."First time for everything.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Unless there is something like black firefighters had to learn while whites got an open book on their tests, what is the purpose of this lawsuit other than allowing non-qualified idiots into jobs they could past a test for in the first place.
The U.S. Justice Department sued Jacksonville on Monday over promotion tests that federal lawyers said discriminated against black firefighters. "This complaint should send a clear message ... that employment practices that have the effect of excluding qualified candidates on account of race will not be tolerated," said a statement from Thomas Perez, an assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division. "At best, these tests measure only a slice of what is necessary to be a supervisor, but they stand in the way of qualified African-Americans advancing in the fire department," he said. "The Justice Department will take all necessary action to ensure that such discriminatory practices are eliminated and that the victims of such practices are made whole." In announcing the suit, Justice officials said there were two elements of concern. First, black firefighters "pass the examinations at significantly lower rates than white candidates," an announcement about the case said. Secondly, because "African-American candidates score significantly lower than whites," the announcement said, few of those who pass the test are actually promoted.If the black candidates are passing the same tests at a much lower rate than whites then maybe you should ask yourself why instead of making black people look like morons who can't pass a test at a high score.