Friday, August 25, 2006

Stupid lawyer thinks darky has "rights"

Mr Iqbal's lawyers say his arrest violates his right to free speech.

Puh-LEEZE. Just look at that NAME. "Iqbal". OBVIOUSLY he's one of those DARKIES, you know, THEM, THOSE PEOPLE. He has no human rights because he isn't human. He's just a cockroach, to be crushed for his audacity in daring to broadcast a channel on his cable TV system that our Glorious Leader and His holy administration don't want to be broadcasted.

Stupid lawyer then goes on to say: "It's like the government of Iran saying we are going to ban the New York Times because we think of it as a terrorist outfit, or China saying we will ban CNN," a spokesman for the law firm representing Mr Iqbal told the Reuters news agency. "America would be hopping up and down crying freedom of speech and freedom of the press." A lawyer representing Mr Iqbal said he knew of no other case where a person had been accused of breaking US law by offering access to news outlets via satellite dish.

C'mon, the New York Times or CNN are official publications of the Glorious People's Republic of the United States, so of COURSE they have more rights than those filthy darky channels. I mean, this is the United States of America, where the only proper place for darkies is at the back of the bus... what, those two-legged cockroaches think we ought to be able to listen to their side of the story rather than just blindly follow our Glorious Leader wherever He says to go and believe whatever He asks us to believe in His official news organs (not to be confused with His sexual organs)? Puh-LEEZE! George W. Bush is our Lord and Savior, and His word is all the Word we need!

--- Badtux the Snarky Penguin

5 comments:

  1. Amen and Hallelujah! Cause we are better than dem others they should be grateful just to be able to breathe our same air.

    Our glorious Republic was much better when only White Christians lived in this here country. It was dem democrats who let Dem darkies in I tell you right now.

    Now I have to go pray and then watch O’Reilly.


    Ole Red

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  3. Previous comment removed to prevent embarrassment to its sarcasm-deaf poster. (Ole' Blue is one of us, dude!).

    -BT

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  4. I knew I should have put the *sarcasm off* thing at the end.

    The "I got to go pray and then watch O'Reilly" should have been a give away.

    Of course I have heard republicans use the same terminology as I did nehind closed doors. That is why I used it.

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  5. "offering access to news outlets"

    Bastards. If it's not on FOX then Murkans don't need to know it.

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