A few questions for my Muslim friends out there

Posted: October 14, 2007 in ACLU, Celebrating Diversity, Islam, Nut Jobs, Politics, Random Observations, Religion of Pieces

Why did you take the job at the supermarket if you knew that you’d be asked to handle pork, alcohol and tobacco products?

Why did you decide to become a cab driver if you weren’t going to take fares from people who smoke, or drink, or have dogs, or have a juicy ham sandwich in their greasy little fist?

Now, you may consider it “intolerant” of us wacky westerners to ask you to do otherwise, but it’s not intolerance if you know ahead of time that it’s going to be a requirement of the position! One might begin to suspect that you had some sort of, how you say, an agenda?

Don’t want to get your mitts dirty handling “unclean” foods?  Don’t get a job in the %$&%*#’ing deli!

So, cry me a river, Muslim grocery clerks when we don’t seem too sympathetic to your “plight.”  Your brethren for years seemed to have little problem dishing out the warmed over hot dogs and MadDog 20/20 at 7-11.  Why so squeamish all of a sudden?

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Comments
  1. Cliff says:

    What the hell does molestation by Priests have to do with Muslims who work at supermarkets? And why do you think this is a big deal?

    And what is your problem?

  2. Steve B says:

    My “problem” is people taking jobs that conflict with their personal beliefs/views and then demanding that employers bend over backwards to accomodate them.

    What’s your problem?

    Although, you do have a point about the post. Hmmm.

  3. checkpointreality says:

    Cliff taking into consideration that this blog’s description does state “BiPolar” you should take heed in knowing Steve’s thoughts are probably scattered.
    That’s partly why I have enjoy reading this blog SO MUCH! He thinks ahead.

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