i dont want that kinda partner(Original post by Eternalflames)
It doesn't matter too much, I mean it's likely you'll say no to sex and then he'll order a fancy escort then you'll get TSR divorce
Its bad to say "khan is first Muslim Mayor" because..... Watch
- 09-05-2016 02:03
- 09-05-2016 02:09
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(Original post by asmuse123)
- 09-05-2016 07:55
93% African Americans voted Obama
73% Asian Americans voted Obama
39% European Americans voted Obama
UK 2015 General election results, as percentage of votes cast for candidates: 36.9% voted conservative
So a few points I have a against your post:
a) Its disingenuous because it ignored the biggest ethnic group in the USA, namely Hispanic.
b) You failed to give a control group as to a "normal" white voting pattern (eg Cameron).
c) As a percentage more white folk voted Obama than voted Cameron.
d) In effect your post was racist and should have been pulled (children read this board).
e) You also failed to give the normal voting patterns for voting democrat (eg Clinton)Last edited by FredOrJohn; 09-05-2016 at 08:04.
(Original post by FredOrJohn)
- 09-05-2016 07:58
a) He is not a muslim in any meaningful way (eg from Sheria Law to Same Sex Marriage).
b) Many towns in the uK have already had Muslim mayors
c) Saying "First Muslim Mayor" could make muslim propagandists around the world state that london voted in favour of the excesses of islam (eg anti-feminist, anti-gay, anti-mini-skirt, sheria law, anti-beer, blasphemy laws, veils, etc etc).
He should rather had said (which is more honest) I AM A BLAIRITE LIBERAL.
That would be HONEST and IS WHAT THE LABEL STATES.
To bring in "First Muslim Mayor" (hanging on Obama's coat tails) was all wrong on many levels.
- 09-05-2016 08:29
- 09-05-2016 10:09
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- 09-05-2016 19:17
It is possible to be a Liberal Muslim (for example there are mosques in the USA where same sex marriages occur (also in Paris I believe)).
However, I have to be honest here. As Islam is not just a religion like Methodist or Presbyterian it actually has countries with religious political parties, it has a legal code (sheria) that is used as the de facto legal system in some places. So whenever a UK politician says "I'm a Muslim" it is important to remember this backdrop to the religion. Its not just a religion, its a form of politics.
I would much rather (as Hilary Clinton) stated say:
"First Asian Major of London"
"First working class Mayor of London"
"First son of a Pakistani Immigrant Mayor of London".
Bringing in a religion which in many parts of the world is quite dangerous is not something that should go unchallenged.
He has said over and over again "son of bus driver" - so lets hope that the buses, tubes and trains under his rule become a great deal better.