American Ibtihaj Muhammad in Olympics wears hijab: BRAVE HISTORIC HERO!Tim Tebow does anything: WHY CAN'T HE KEEP HIS RELIGION TO HIMSELF
— Razor (@hale_razor) August 9, 2016
The hypocrisy of the media knows no bounds, and apparently they have no shame. Look at how they promote Islam while denigrating Christianity and Judaism. If they really believe the garbage they spew why don't they move to Muslim countries? - Elric
Agree. My daughter actually met Tebow on a spring break trip to see her best friend down in Gainesville. Said he was as nice as you could possibly imagine. Well, that's the essence of Christianity, right? Love one another. The reason the ProgLibs hate Tim is because they pretty much hate everybody. Just like Hillary rolls...
Would the media do the same for a conservative Orthodox Jew? Silly of me to even ask.
Would she bake a wedding cake for a gay couple, that's the important question. Again, the only reason I can fathom why the US Olympic team supposedly came within a single vote of electing her to be the team's flag bearer for the opening ceremonies in place of Michael Phelps is to insult Donald Trump. Which is one more reason I have NOT to watch the Olympics.
Yes brother. Haven't watched a single minute myself either. The Peacock's ratings are WAY down. Good. Hit Em in the wallet. Always the best strategic move.
And so it turns out that under that head scarf Muhammad's personal twitter feed is not exactly Jew-friendly or Israel-friendly (as revealed by Pamela Geller). Her 15 minutes of fame and adulation are now over as she returns home medal-less.
Always. The hypocrisy of the Left never fails to entertain.
Years ago I would watch the Olympics every day they were televised. Tuned it all out years ago when the lamestream media and SJW feministas took over. If the local radio station mentions the Olympics, I turn it off. Just get it over with.
I've only watched the fencing, one crew race, and fast forwarding thru the rest of the recorded program seqment. Well, I did slow down for women's beach volleyball.
While, as a Christian, I believe that more things are wrought by pray than this world dreams of, I just can't bring myself to ask the Good Lord's help in a sporting fixture, at least beyond the basic "Help me to do my best" and "May the better team win".It'd be different if there were a moral issue involved ... say, a match between POWs and camp guards ... but over a friendly game between fellow citizens? I have a vague notion that the Almighty might disapprove of it.Goodness knows there are plenty other more pressing issues we can pray for intercession regarding.
And in some schools they are even allowing Moslem kids to pray to fulfill the five times a day praying. I thought praying was banned in schools. It just shows that some religions are more equal than others. I'm still waiting for a gay couple to ask a Moslem baker to bake them a wedding cake.