I'm steamed. Really steamed.
Abercrombie & Fitch is getting sued because some raghead women got fired for wearing her "hijab" in violation of the company's dress code.
For the record, I think Abercrombie & Fitch thoroughly suck as a company and as a representative of anything American. I think they're a bunch of oversexed perverts who like to flaunt dangerously close to the edge of kiddie porn with some of their ads, and at other times, seem to enjoy shocking the rest of us just because they can. So trust me when I tell you that this column is NOT about sticking up for A&F.
Far from it.
But it seems that Abercrombie & Fitch has a "look" with their employees that their dress code and code of conduct is designed around. As a retired advertising and marketing executive from a large, national agency who served international clients, I can fully understand--and support--this.
In short, the look of an A&F employee is part of their brand.
Until this raghead rabble rouser came along.
I've seen plenty of stories when the Muslim women suddenly decided they needed to get a drivers license, but whatever state they were applying in told them they had to take off their headscarf and make their face visible.
You would've thought someone had handed a plate of bacon and pork rinds to Mohammad himself the way the Muslims had a fit. "Separation of church and state" many cried, even though that fallacy is NOT in our U.S. Constitution and never had been.
Naturally our asshat federal judges sided with the foreigners rather than the nation that PAYS THEM to uphold OUR laws, and before you knew it, Muslim women started appearing on drivers license with faces and or heads covered.
But wait, don't the folks at CAIR (Council for American Islamic Relations) tell us that Islam is a "religion of peace and tolerance?"
Yeah, and my ass is a Koran.
The news these days is replete, from all over the world, about Muslims getting pissed off and "offended" at anything and everything and DEMANDING that whatever offends them be removed, altered or done away with.
As a nod to Ray Wiley Hubbard and a great song, Screw you, assholes, we're from Texas and we're sick and damn tired of what the Muslims are doing everywhere else.
I hope the raghead wench and CAIR go down in flames (literally) in this lawsuit against Abercrombie & Fitch, but somehow I doubt it--especially given the present Muslim-loving piece of crap we have occupying the Oval Office.
But keep pushing us, Muslims. Go ahead. Keep pushing.
Pretty soon you assholes are going to push us too far. Then you'll discover the real meaning of "intolerance."